Mind the Performance Gap
April 2014

Ater the recent overcharging headlines, it's timely that we revisit the mysterious world of transition management. Buy-side firms increasingly rely on specialist providers to carry out this work. Before making such an appointment, or performing the work in-house, it's vital to gain a full understanding of the inherent pitfalls so that any transition is handled without damaging investment performance.

This article, in the April 2014 edition of our Executive briefing, sets out the key issues to be addressed prior to undertaking a transition.

Read this article at page 12 of:
Executive briefing: April 2014




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Ater the recent overcharging headlines, it's timely that we revisit the mysterious world of transition management. Buy-side firms increasingly rely on specialist providers to carry out this work. Before making such an appointment, or performing the work in-house, it's vital to gain a full understanding of the inherent pitfalls so that any transition is handled without damaging investment performance.

This article, in the April 2014 edition of our Executive briefing, sets out the key issues to be addressed prior to undertaking a transition.

Read this article at page 12 of:
Executive briefing: April 2014




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