Investment managers are increasingly looking to improve how their systems handle data management. Here’s why.
With the continuation of historically low interest rates, investors comb every nook and cranny searching for additional returns. Equity markets around the world have not been the salvation, with their values continuing to move sideways. And CNBC recently reported that hedge funds, as an investment category, were experiencing their worst quarter in six years.
Hedge fund and 40 Act institutional investors are expecting higher levels of transparency around fund fees than ever before. To deliver, investment managers must consider technology solutions that would fulfill needs such as commission management, research budgeting and voting under MiFID II, as well as centralization of data functions such as shareholder and limited partner reporting. Eze Software's Jeff Shoreman explains.
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