FIM Attendance Up Slightly; Instinet Proves Busiest Upstairs Exhibits Slow


THERE was not much new on the technology front at the 1993 Financial Investment Management (FIM) Conference, which took place at the New York Hilton last week. That didn't stop more people from coming, though, as attendance rose to some 2,200 attendees.

Plenty of those on hand found time to swing through the two floors of exhibits, and most vendors reported that they had been able to shake hands with at least one or two important contacts The usual cast of portfolio management and accounting

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