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A guide on fixed income investment management software

The Future of Fixed Income Technology

Our new report discusses why embracing new technology is critical to staying relevant in fixed income investment management.  Download the report to learn:

  • Why fixed income managers are investing in new technology today and its impact on firm growth
  • How portfolio managers are improving their ability to make fast, accurate investment decisions 
  • What firms are considering when assessing investment management systems

Learn how technology can revolutionize fixed income investment management.

Fixed income investment technology hasn’t seen real change in over two decades, and many investment managers are wary of digitalizing their processes, much to their detriment.

The days of manual, time-consuming portfolio management have given way to new technologies. Software produced by legacy platform providers have failed to meet investment managers’ needs with rigid architecture and development models, complicating what should otherwise be simple, automated processes.

The result: at a minimum, fixed income asset managers are missing out on opportunities. Most likely, they are making costly mistakes.

This guide explains why fixed income asset and wealth managers need innovative technology to stay competitive and defines key considerations in making technology choices.

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In this report, we help fixed income managers navigate the search for technology to ease their most common pain points. We walk through several considerations, such as:

  1. How technology is changing the status quo and what is driving the wave of digital innovation
  2. The changes technology is enabling and what those changes could mean for your business
  3. Evaluating fixed income technology and what investment workflows to focus on when assessing vendors
  4. What is non-negotiable to future-proof your business when considering new technology purchases