Future of Fund Data

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Thomas Tilley, Rob Botha, Tim Gutzmer, Nicholas Pratt

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The future of fund data management holds immense potential for transforming the way data is transmitted and distributed within the asset management ecosystem. With continuous advancements in technology and the growing demand for transparency, asset managers and fund distributors are poised to benefit from a wealth of comprehensive and accurate data that will support their global distribution efforts. A crucial aspect of this future lies in the ability to access and leverage best practice data management expertise, systems, classifications, standards and ratings. As the investment landscape becomes increasingly globalised, it is important that market players have access to a platform and framework that supports cross-border fund distribution. Automation and technology are prerequisites in this future landscape where data can be enriched and meaningful insights extracted with ease. FE fundinfo will also discuss how its new ‘My Data’ application, built into the Fund Information Hub, is supporting asset managers with expert fund data management today. In this webinar, we will discuss: • Tools that are available for asset managers and fund distributors to optimise fund data management and distribution • The role of global fund classifications and ratings in the market • How technology and automation can enrich data, uphold integrity and our ability to extract meaningful insights Your expert panel: • Rob Botha, Head of Data Operations, FE fundinfo • Thomas Tilley, Senior Economist, EFAMA • Tim Gutzmer, Chief Data Officer, Credit Suisse Asset Servicing
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