Performance Measurement Faces Data Volume and Quality Challenges

Buy-side panelists agree that the key to unlocking the full potential of performance measurement is to tackle increasing data volumes.

The panel of this year's Next Generation Investment Perfomance Measurement event
The executives were speaking at Next Generation Investment Performance Measurement, held in London on June 22.

From an operational perspective, buy-side executives agree that the data they have to process to provide better performance measurement analysis has been dramatically increasing over the years, affecting the scalability of their systems.  

“The biggest problem right now is the data volume,” said Joe Kavanagh, head of performance measurement and risk analysis at investment manager KBI Global Investors. “And of course, its quality—just because you have more data available doesn’t mean the quality

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