In the age of fee pressure, investor demand for proof of alpha, and constant comparisons to passive funds, active fund managers are turning to technology for help. One area of focus is the traditional research management system (RMS). For many, it is simply a tool for collaboration and note-taking. But new advances in technology can transform the RMS into something much more powerful—a solution that can take the research process to new heights.
As the passive trend looms, investors are asking tough questions about alpha. That means long/short funds need to reassess every aspect of the investment and research process, embracing new technology and its unique ability to: Read More
IVP helps GAM address operational overhaul through digitalization
New York, NY – November 5, 2019 – Indus Valley Partners (IVP), a provider of technology solutions to the buy side of the investment industry, has announced that its industry-leading solutions and services have been successfully implemented by GAM, one of the world’s leading independent, pure-play asset managers. Collectively managing over $136 billion in assets for institutions, financial intermediaries and private investors, GAM harnessed IVP solutions to assist in simplifying its data architecture through automation and a “digital-first” data management model, providing them with enhanced operational flexibility and control. Read More
Indus Valley Partners has been awarded ‘Best Treasury Management Solution’ in this year’s Hedgeweek USA Awards. The awards, which aim to recognize excellence among hedge fund managers and service providers, were decided by majority vote of approximately 4,428 Hedgeweek readers via poll over a 10-week span. Winners were announced at a ceremony that took place on Thursday, September 26th at the InterContinental in New York.
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The alternative data promise and struggles managers face
Alternative data has been labeled as a cure-all for the ongoing aches faced by asset managers, but in reality, these sets often do not generate numbers for managers to derive meaningful insights from. This typically comes down to the fact that far too many funds are zeroed in on the pure hype of the data and not its practical use case, which are most typically forged by domain expertise practices. Read More