MoneyMate: Data Management Priorities Vary

Data management has clearly become a focal point for investment firms, but what matters most in this realm varies widely, says Niamh Bushnell, senior vice president of North America for data management vendor MoneyMate.

Put simply, data concerns fall into one of four areas: accuracy, consistency, timeliness and availability. But one hasn't proven to be more in-demand than another, Bushnell says.

As an example, MoneyMate is working with an asset manager that has recently gone through a merger

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