When it comes to KYC demands, while the sell side still has it the roughest, over the last two years, the buy side has had to take on a greater share of the burden.
Environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) becoming a key element of risk analysis and measurement as investors demand greater portfolio visibility.
French investment manager to replace disparate back- and middle-office systems with Dimension for listed and OTC derivatives processes.
MSCI execs discuss upgrades the vendor has made to its analytics solutions.
Investors and asset managers invite each other to the platform, rather than subscribing.
EJF manages $4.9 billion in assets; DE Shaw and Blackstone Alternative Asset Management are also clients of Arcesium.
Asia-Pacific Buy-Side Technology Summit risk panel highlights importance of a flexible and balanced risk management system.
Axioma Risk allows HedgeMark to support its risk reporting across a swath of investment strategies, according to HedgeMark’s CEO.
Fortress Investment's David Sharpe says the platform helps to "establish relationships with new trading partners quickly and securely."
The solution is designed to allow fund managers to gain insight into where asset owners are investing and how their strategies are changing.
The new platform was built from the ground up with a focus on data mining and visualization.
Swiss asset manager Mirabaud is the latest buy-side firm to implement the EDM-based centralized repository via a managed service.
Diyar United to provide local support and delivery for OpenLink's cloud solutions.
TriOptima's triResolve service gets data directly from DTCC's global trade repository.
Asset manager agrees five-year extension to existing transfer agency and financial messaging support partnership.
NewOak Capital is set to implement Quantifi’s integrated pricing and analytics platform to bolster its analytics capabilities across credit, FX and rates markets.
JPX to leverage risk monitoring solution across its markets.
Solution automates settlements for fund distributor
Kiichi Takai will join the firm's Tokyo office as a consultant.
Survey saw a 21 percent increase in people worried Asia's economic slowdown could hurt global economy compared to last year's survey.