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U.S. Bancorp Asset Management is switching to the Charles River Investment Management System (IMS) as part of a migration from multiple systems to a single-platform solution.
DeJean What do prominent technology and business executives have on their plates for 2004? How are they dealing with compliance issues? What advice can they offer others in their shoes?
To Be or Not to Be an IM Shop? Financial-services firms are divided when it comes to allowing instant messaging. Many warn they don't have a choice.
Hanging Launderers Out to Dry With the Patriot Act here to stay, Wall Street remains vigilant about hampering the efforts of money launderers.
Learning to Manage the Message As instant messaging becomes a favorite among Wall Street traders, it also garners the attention of industry regulators.
Suiting Up For SOX The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has CIOs struggling to find technology that will support tighter financial controls and processes.