Canadian investment managers worried by legacy systems

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Outmoded systems and processes continue to hamper progress in operations at Canadian investment management firms according to tech company Omgeo.

In a study of 19 firms in the country, the post-trade operations company found 70% of respondents felt antiquated systems were acting as a "roadblock" to progress in efficiency. In particular, the study noted so-called "legacy" systems historically inherited without updating are proving problematic.

"I think it's a fairly standard issue investment

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