Eagle Engage

Live from Engage: A Thank You!

Diane McLoughlin, Head of Relationship Management, Americas & Middle Office Outsourcing, Eagle Investment Systems


So Engage 2015 is over. For me, it was the quickest three days in recent memory. Over 500 clients from across the globe attended and participated in 40 sessions, six of which are panel discussions, including the entertaining and thought-provoking keynotes from technology strategist, Salim Ismail, and business management guru, Tom Davenport.

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Spotlight on Engage – Locking in on IBOR’s Moving Target

Paul McInnis, Director of Product Strategy, Data Management, Eagle Investment Systems


The concept of an Investment Book of Record, or an IBOR, has been around for years, as Eagle has been offering IBOR solutions as part of our Data Management platform for over a decade now. More recently, however, we have witnessed a renewed buzz around the concept, which has created some unwanted side effects. While this added attention has motivated investment firms to explore how an IBOR might apply to their business, the very definition of what an IBOR is has become convoluted. Ironically, this industry buzz has led to more confusion and less understanding around the acute business needs that demand an IBOR solution.
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Spotlight on Engage: Building a performance measurement solution for the future

Marc Rubenfeld, CIPM, Head of Eagle Solutions EMEA/APAC


engage2015What is your market going to look like in 2020?

 

Understanding how your market is evolving should provide the starting point for any evaluation or review of your technology. Unlike Steven Spielberg’s 1989 classic film, Back To the Future Part II, which took Marty McFly to a futuristic 2015, it doesn’t require a time-travelling DeLorean or such a flight of fancy.

2020 is only five years away and the patterns that are shaping how the market is developing are already manifesting themselves. Acknowledging these changing demands and evaluating your preparedness for this future against those is key to keeping business objectives and your client-base at the forefront of any new software implementation.

At Engage I’m going to be joined on-stage by Naresh Subramaniam, head of investment services at Melbourne-based National Australia Bank (NAB), which went through exactly this process when selecting a new performance measurement platform to build the next generation of their offering on. They knew that their in-house performance measurement tool was struggling to keep up with the demands placed on it, but to ensure their new solution would have the capabilities to meet their future requirements they knew they needed to start by looking at their changing marketplace.
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