InvestOps USA 2018

March 26-March 27, 2018

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay


Optimizing Front to Back Office Investment Operations

This new report is based on a survey of 100 Heads of Investment Operations based in North America. The research prioritized buy side firms, including asset management firms, hedge funds, institutional investors etc. The report tackles the role of operations and the impact of regulation, as well as operational efficiency, change management, and spend prioritization. 

Investment Operations - Regulatory Compliance

Buy-side Firms Must Invest in IT to Meet Challenges of Regulatory Compliance.
The wave of new challenges hitting buy-side firms are impacting the ways in which they operate greatly. Amidst the rising number and increasing complexity of new regulation, buy-side firms and administration companies around the globe are left scrambling to keep up with changes in order to minimize risk, and guarantee compliance at the lowest cost and with the lowest operational impact.

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Will Blockchain Technology Revolutionize Buy-side Operations?

This article explores Blockchain technology and reveals how it is likely to effect buy-side operations. Also find out:

- Blockchain and the Buy-side

- Savings and Efficiencies

- Existing Projects and Trials

- Industry predictions

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Realizing Growth Through Operational Agility

Both IT and Operations are critical to success in the investment management industry today, and either facilitate or frustrate a firm’s performance: Achieving superior operational agility allows you to pursue the full range of growth strategies while operating more efficiently than competitors, ultimately yielding “operational alpha”. In this report, we assess the degree of operational agility in buy-side firms, as well as the degree of confidence that executives have in the ability of their investment platform to support growth.