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Achieving greater value from fee management for fund managers

Learn how you can attain greater control, efficiency and insight from fee management in a heavily regulated environment by joining a webcast organized by KPMG and Oracle for fund management executives.
The webcast will address key challenges in the fee management lifecycle:
• Reducing processing inefficiency,
• Providing transparency to customers and regulators,
• Controlling revenue streams
• Producing meaningful MI to stakeholders.
Recorded Jun 5 2017 56 mins
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Alex Foreman-Peck- KPMG; Faycal Bousfar - Oracle; Adam Scriven- KPMG, Rahul Banerji- Oracle
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