NEW YORK – No software platform for separately managed accounts is without its limitations, speakers said this week at The Money Management Institute’s fall conference here.

None can handle the multiple products that advisers and their clients want to tether, and all use different interfaces, forcing many of the various parties that support managed accounts to communicate with one another via the archaic method of paper-based faxes, messengers and mail.

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