InvestOps Europe 2020

16 - 18 September, 2020

Business Design Centre | London

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Media Center (2019)

Achieving Operational Agility and Outperformance

The European buy-side has turned a corner. In recent years many buy-side managers have focused on cost-cutting to mitigate financial turbulence. However, the latest research from InvestOps and Simcorp has found that many firms have now adopted a forward-looking approach, and seek to use automation and innovative technology to carve out a competitive advantage.


Investing in the Automation Revolution

Data management is under more scrutiny than ever before. With a deluge of regulations threatening heavy fines and even more destructive reputational damage, data has worked its way up to become a board level concern. Discover how Heads of Finance, IT, and Data Management are responding. 


InvestOps 2018 Panel Highlights

Discover the highlights from InvestOps 2018 panels across both days.


[Whitepaper] - Delivering on Your Clients' Expectations

In the future, the most important differentiator for an investment manager’s business will be the client experience that it delivers.  As the complexity of investment portfolios increases and investors become more sophisticated and demanding, the nature of communication between the organisation and the client needs to evolve.


[Whitepaper] - Fixing the Leak: How automation is set to transform billing accuracy, transparency and control

Billing is the beating heart of every financial firm. Yet for many organisations, billing and revenue management is constrained by simple spreadsheets and manual processes performed by people. But with these teams now dealing with ever more complex global operations and even more demanding clients, the creaky legacy systems being used expose these firms to the serious risk of revenue leakage


Buy-Side Operations: Cutting through Complexity

In Q1 of 2018 SimCorp commissioned WBR Insights to conduct a survey of 100 Heads of Investment Operations based in Europe. The research prioritised firms on the buy side, including asset management firms and institutional investors. Respondents to the survey were Directors and Heads of Investment Operations, Heads of Derivatives Operations, Heads of Securities Operations as well as others of an equal standing. The survey was conducted by appointment over the telephone. The results were compiled and anonymised by the WBR Insights research team, and are presented here with analysis and commentary from the industry experts at SimCorp.



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2018 Media Center