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The Challenges of Client Reporting in European Asset Management

Magnus Spence, Director, Spence Johnson (Chairman)
Damian Bryan, Chief Technical Officer, Equipos
Peter Ellis, Managing Director, Investit
Richard Heald, Commercial Director, BrightTALK
Clive Shelton, Risk & Compliance Director, International Financial Data Services (UK)
Recorded Feb 10 2011 89 mins
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Magnus Spence, FS Forum; Damian Bryan, Equipos; Peter Ellis, Investit; Richard Heald, BrightTALK; Clive Shelton, IFDS UK
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