Heightened demands for data from regulators has meant the past practice of using spreadsheets to collect information is not only outmoded, but could leave a firm exposed to liabilities.

So says Todd Moyer, executive vice president of global business development at Confluence, who argues that data complexity has pushed asset managers to rely on back office technology and systems, which are often not up to the task.

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