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Better Balance
by: Bill Winterberg
Sunday, August 1, 2010
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The unprecedented market volatility that the Great Recession brought during the past two years has put tremendous pressure on financial advisors' back-office resources. One area of operations that has been particularly affected by volatility is advisory firms' ability to conduct securities trading.

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