Sell-Side Pains are Buy-Side Gains
Avadhut Naik, Quantifi, and Paul Rowady, TABB Group discuss the need for more holistic risk management on the buy-side and the next generation of portfolio management tools

As regulatory capital charges make it more expensive for sell-side banks to hold certain risk, they are anxious to remove that risk from their balance sheets. For buy-side firms looking for higher returns in the current low-interest-rate environment, taking on those risks can be a big opportunity, notes Avadhut Naik, product manager, Quantifi. But to manage these new risks and take advantage of that opportunity, the buy side needs new tools and new analytics. Naik and TABB Group principal and senior analyst Paul Rowady discuss the need for more holistic risk management on the buy side and the next generation of portfolio management tools.

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