Used to be that fund managers and investment advisers had to go find, grab and pull back what information they could glean from company systems to determine what assets they or their customers held, how they got there and what was happening with them.

Not any longer. Now, there’s so much data being collected and  pushed at fund managers and investment advisers that they can—and almost must—become their own chief information officers.

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