Risk analytics for the buy side

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Buy-side firms now know that they need to measure their risks – because their investor clients are demanding more transparency, or because they are investing in more complex instruments, or because they need to understand the risk-return relationship better. But where measuring risk once required acquiring analytical software to run in-house, or making use of a special services provider, buy-side firms now have a range of options as to where they get their risk measurements from. These now

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