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Do you even need an Investment Book of Record?

We’re a data driven company, we rank topics for this blog series using a system of up-/down-voting across all of our teams. One topic that was consistently upvoted was this one: "What is the true value of your IBOR (Investment Book of Record)?" But is that the right question to be asking?

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Steve Cheng
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Three lessons the investment industry can learn from Open Banking

While retail banks have mostly been dragged kicking and screaming into the UK government-backed Open Banking initiative, the fund investment industry should treat it as an opportunity to remove unnecessary cost, connect more closely with their customers and build better services.

Let’s have a look at three distinct lessons we've learned from Open Banking that could be applied to the investment industry.

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Tom H
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EDI first market data provider for LUSID customers

When you decide to implement any new investment management software you need to have access to sources of market data. Before you can even begin evaluating the technology’s core functionality,  you need to source, licence, load and operate market data feeds for security static data, prices and corporate actions. That’s a lot of work before you even start testing and reviewing.

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Steve Cheng
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LUSID Early Access Program

We've been in stealth mode for a while busily building LUSID and now we're ready to release our Early Access Program (EAP). Here are all the questions you might have about LUSID and some (hopefully) helpful answers. If there’s anything we haven’t addressed, please get in touch and we’ll do our best to answer.

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Tom
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We've moved!

In April 2017, we were the first company to move into the Rise London fintech building. Our rapidly expanding team meant that we undertook three office moves within the building and after moving from the fifth to the third and finally to the first floor, gaining our own much used meeting room and enjoying all the facilities Rise offered, the time came for us to move on.

 

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