29.11.2016 01:40 pm
The financial services industry is undergoing significant technological change, and the fund management industry will not be excluded from this. Fund managers, distributors, transfer agents (TAs) and platforms will all need to evolve in order to adjust to these changes and potential disruption. In this paper, we analyse whether these market participants have sufficient technological understanding to deal with the changes that will come, and look at how these firms can learn from other industries about embracing technological disruption.
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