The AIMA guide to sound practices for the selection of administrators

By Ron Tannenbaum

In its third edition of The Guide to Sound Practices for the Selection and Period Assessment of Administrators, AIMA worked with several market participants, including SS&C GlobeOp, to create updates that reflect today’s evolving and challenging alternative fund management environment.

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Countdown to Asia’s leading Investment Management Technology Summit: Will China be a game changer?

By Rainer Fuchsluger

It’s just under a week until the SS&C Investment Management Summit 2017 Asia. Returning to Hong Kong on August 24th, the Summit brings together asset managers, wealth managers, and insurance and government agency executives.

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Client reporting: What is it worth?

By Matthew Mancini

A dynamic, integrated, and automated client communications system is more important now than it has ever been. Today’s clients, whether they are individuals or institutions, expect easily accessible investment information and increased transparency. Technology has changed clients’ expectations in virtually every aspect of their lives; money management is no different.

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SS&C Deliver 2017: panels and presentations for insurers

By Jen Molgano

Getting excited for SS&C Deliver 2017? It’s right around the corner starting September 12th through the 14th at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago. We have a full agenda for our insurance clients this year centered on key trends in the industry to watch out and prepare for, updates and enhancements to our insurance solutions, and special announcements.  Here is just a sampling of sessions to sign up for.

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SS&C Deliver 2017: panels and presentations for alternative investments

By Jen Molgano

SS&C Deliver 2017 is coming up fast! Taking place September 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, we’re featuring more content than ever before. For our SS&C GlobeOp clients, the session and speaker line-up offers an insightful track tailored around alternative investments, critical regulations, and our new solutions. Here is just a sampling of sessions.

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SS&C survey reveals private equity firms focused on operational efficiency, governance, and transparency – Part 2

By Joe Patellaro

In part 1 of this series, we talked about how today’s private equity firms are increasingly focused on transparency and the current regulatory environment. Here, we examine what respondents say about asset class growth.

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Connecting LPs & GPs at SuperReturn Emerging Markets private equity 2017

By Patrick Couris

Earlier this summer, SS&C was a proud technology sponsor at the SuperReturn Emerging Markets private equity conference.  The annual conference provided in-depth market analysis and debate, high quality panels and content, and ample networking opportunities.  Amongst an intimate group of 300 private equity decision makers, there were general partners (GPs), 130 limited partners (LPs) and several key influencers offering perspectives and representation from all emerging markets.

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SS&C Deliver 2017: panels and presentations for institutional managers

By Jen Molgano

We have a full agenda for our institutional and investment manager clients at SS&C Deliver 2017 this year! Taking place September 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, our sessions and a speaker line-up include interactive demonstrations of our new solutions, discussions around outsourcing trends, and industry best practices. Here is just a sampling of sessions.

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Want a more profitable wealth management practice? Technology gets you there

By Stephen Newman

Today’s wealth managers are always looking for ways to enhance their client service. Our recent webinar looked at a number of trends in the marketplace and how managers can provide clients with more personal service while still efficiently managing their businesses, growing their client base, and ensuring they’re on top of compliance obligations.

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When standards collide: The race for adoption

By Michael Volpe

“The wonderful thing about standards is that there are so many of them to choose from.”  Rear Admiral (Ret) Grace Hopper

In our recent blog “Building a digital enrollment ecosystem,” we discussed the workgroup formed by LIMRA to address non-healthcare related employee benefits data. Health enrollment data has been standardized by federal law to use the HIPAA 834 enrollment specification format; however, no such standards exist for data from other employee and ancillary benefits (e.g. life, disability, critical illness, etc.).

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