COMMENTARY: The Buyside's Moment of Truth
If your trading firm doesn’t have a single and reliable Investment Book of Records, your data isn't telling you the truth.
December 4, 2013
Firms are discovering there is a strong business need for accurate real-time positional data across their organizations. Sapient's Duncan Cooper says access to such data would maximize investment opportunities and ensure that a firm can be fully invested. For some, an Investment Book of Records (IBOR) addresses that need.
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