Control cost and manage risk while spurring growth

In this edition of the Journal

Explore some of the investment management IT-related aspects of doing business, including ways to control cost and manage risk while spurring growth. Also, this issue also marks the launch of a recurring column, the CXO Corner, where you find top executives contributing their informed and inspirational views in a relay on key industry issues.

Edition articles

Lupus Maltzahn

Client centricity: the new investment management business model?

As investment management companies seek to differentiate themselves from their competitors in the new post-financial crisis environment, many are turning to...

by Lupus Maltzahn, Accenture Wealth

Ingo Walter

SimCorp StrategyLab Copenhagen Summit 2011: key investment management industry challenges analysed

Thought leaders representing the investment management industry convened with renowned academics at the SimCorp StrategyLab Copenhagen Summit 2011 to...

by Professor Ingo Walter, Stern School of Business, New York University

Martin J Gruber

Investment fund insights: post-crisis hindrances to growth pose key industry sector challenge

The biggest challenge facing the investment funds sector today is the challenge to...

by Martin J. Gruber (Ph.D.), Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

Massimo Massa

Pension and insurance fund insights: demographic pressures on fund returns top industry sector challenges

The biggest challenge facing pension and insurance funds today is...

by Massimo Massa (Ph.D.), INSEAD

Stephen J Brown

Asset management insights: rebuilding trust is the main challenge facing global asset managers

The greatest challenge for the asset management industry since the global financial crisis is to...

by Stephen J. Brown (Ph.D.), Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

John Crocker

Successful pension formula: control cost and manage risk while spurring growth

Minimising risk and maximising return is often easier said than done in the pension fund industry.

by John Crocker, HOOPP

Jacob Elsborg

Solvency II: turning financial regulation into business opportunity

The Solvency II regime is here to stay. European pensions and insurance companieshave no other choice but...

by Jacob Elsborg, ATP Investment Area

Ebbe D Kjaersbo

Dodd-Frank Act: a shift to liquidity risk puts new demands on IT systems

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by Ebbe D. Kjaersbo, SimCorp,
Justin McBride, SimCorp
and Arne E. Jørgensen, SimCorp

Robert Olsson

Cost imperative: investing to reduce operational costs

In the wake of the global financial crisis, many investment management firms have responded to declining...

by Robert Olsson, SimCorp

Anders Kirkeby

Business Process Management: a pragmatic approach to reducing costs and mitigating risk

Controlling processes is a key tool to reduce cost and mitigate risk in the investment management industry, with both cost reduction and...

by Anders Kirkeby, SimCorp

Peter Ravn

Rising to the future

Meeting the regulatory challenge remains one of the most pressing items on the investment management industry’s agenda.

by Peter L. Ravn, SimCorp

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Ebbe D Kjaersbo

Dodd-Frank Act: a shift to liquidity risk puts new demands on IT systems

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by Ebbe D. Kjaersbo, SimCorp

Anders Kirkeby

Business Process Management: a pragmatic approach to reducing costs and mitigating risk

Controlling processes is a key tool to reduce cost and mitigate risk in the investment management industry, with both cost reduction and...

by Anders Kirkeby, SimCorp

Stephen J Brown

Asset management insights: rebuilding trust is the main challenge facing global asset managers

The greatest challenge for the asset management industry since the global financial crisis is to...

by Stephen J. Brown (Ph.D.), Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

Jacob Elsborg

Solvency II: turning financial regulation into business opportunity

The Solvency II regime is here to stay. European pensions and insurance companieshave no other choice but...

by Jacob Elsborg, ATP Investment Area

Lupus Maltzahn

Client centricity: the new investment management business model?

As investment management companies seek to differentiate themselves from their competitors in the new post-financial crisis environment, many are turning to...

by Lupus Maltzahn, Accenture Wealth