MANALAPAN, N.J., Nov. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Senior leaders from J.P. Morgan Chase, Charles Schwab, BNY Mellon, Dreman Value Management, Bladex Asset Management, Hartford Investment Management, NB Alternative Investment Management, and Artio Global Management are among the speakers confirmed for FSO Knowledge Xchange's 7th Annual Asset Management Industry Transformation and Outsourcing Strategies Forum on December 8 at The Princeton Club of New York City.
The agenda of this year's event reflects the new realities in the asset management industry, such as doing more with less and managing an increasing regulatory and compliance burden in a continued volatile market environment. Presenters will share best practices for streamlining operations, managing risk, and turning regulations into levers to transform their organizations.
"It is possible for asset management firms to thrive in the new normal," noted Rekha Vatsa, FSOkx Executive Director and Co-founder. "Firms must make some difficult decisions, but those firms with the vision and leadership to invest in innovative technologies, deploy new outsourcing models, and even re-think their existing way of doing business can increase revenues and reduce costs against strong headwinds."
For event information and sponsorship opportunities, call FSOkx at 1-732-432-3763 or visit http://www.fsokx.com/Event/EventArticles.aspx?evid=6 . Registration is complimentary for professionals from asset management, banking, and insurance firms.
About FSO Knowledge Xchange:
FSO Knowledge Xchange is a global B2B media and research company providing insights to the banking, insurance, and capital markets industry. Senior executives rely on FSOkx for timely and accurate information that supports strategic decision-making. In addition to daily news and commentary, executive interviews, market trends analysis, and weekly bulletins, FSOkx produces independent and client-driven research, webinars, forums, and networking events. For more information, please visit www.fsokx.com.
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