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

By Rainer Fuchsiger

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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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 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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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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A one-stop solution for your data reconciliation needs

By Joe Souza

SS&C’s outsourced reconciliation platform utilizes our best-in-class data integration services (Evare) to feed the industry’s premier reconciliation platform (Recon) with daily exceptions and reporting, all managed by SS&C’s Outsourcing division. This combination creates the most efficient exception management solution possible.

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6 key trends driving operational and technology decisions

By Eric Rocks

The global investment marketplace is constantly evolving and keeping up is a competitive necessity. To effectively manage your business growth, you must optimize your operations and anticipate market changes and new requirements. The financial industry has grown exponentially over the past 30 years, and better technology has enabled investment teams to manage this growth and its accompanying complexity effectively and efficiently.

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Simplify the day-to-day with investment operations automation, part 1

By Inderjit Gawera

Meeting the demands of daily operations can be difficult especially with ever-increasing volumes, fund and instrument innovation, evolving regulation and tax rules, and tighter servicing agreements. To keep up, managers often introduce specialist systems and tactical workarounds to manage investment operations.

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Hedge funds: It’s time to consider outsourcing performance and analytics

By: Denis Melekhov

In the past, high net worth individuals have traditionally been the primary source of hedge funds’ assets and have been their catalyst for growth. However, this trend began to notably shift around the year 2000, when institutional investors such as pension funds, governments, corporations, and insurers started significantly increasing their allocation to hedge funds. The shift was the result of hedge funds’ ability to source an alpha typically not associated with traditional markets to investors who were seeking to diversify their portfolios and hedge against adverse market conditions. Over the past decade and a half, institutional investors have grown to represent a significant portion of hedge fund assets.

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Hedge Fund Institutionalization: Are you ready to outsource performance and analytics?

By: Denis Melekhov

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In the past, high net worth individuals have traditionally been the primary source of hedge funds’ assets and have been their catalyst for growth. This trend began shifting notably around the year 2000, when institutional investors such as pension funds, governments, corporations and insurers started significantly increasing their allocation to hedge funds. As this tendency has progressed over time, institutional investors now represent a majority portion of hedge fund assets.
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