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Learn how leading credit investors are evolving their technology to support portfolio diversification and automation
Download the report: Shifting Credit Markets Trigger Evolution in Technology and Data
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Credit markets are in a period of transformation, with trends across the investment landscape pushing investment managers and institutional investors toward increased diversification, especially in growing asset classes like private debt. These changes have also brought about new demands on the technology and data that investment teams need to operate across credit asset classes.
Navigating the Increasing complexity of the credit investing landscape presents new challenges, but it also brings significant opportunity. To take advantage, firms need nimble approaches to integrating new data into their decision-making, solving workflow automation challenges, and onboarding different investment types into their portfolios.
A recent Coalition Greenwich study, conducted in collaboration with S&P Global Market Intelligence, explored how portfolio managers and traders are approaching these interrelated investment and technology trends.
Download the full report to learn more about topics including:
- What is the expected trajectory for portfolio diversification across the credit markets?
- What are the key technology pain points for investment teams?
- How are firms prioritizing their spending on technology and automation?
- Where are there gaps in the availability of data needed to support investment decision-making?
About our Credit Portfolio Management Solutions
We simplify credit investment management with integrated, front-to-back technology platforms and managed services for liquid credit, private debt, and diversified debt strategies.
Our credit solutions enable asset owners and allocators, asset managers, hedge funds, CLO managers, and insurance companies to streamline the complex workflows of liquid credit and private debt strategies so that they can minimize operational costs and maximize returns.