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"Hear a round up of observations from the 2015 IT Value Survey"
Investit’s IT Value Survey cyber security forum held earlier this week demonstrated a growing concern around the ongoing challenges being faced as the number and complexity of cyber attacks continues to increase. Based on a recent survey, investment in IT security has increased from 3.7% to 4.7% of a firm’s total IT budget. Average investment in IT security is forecast to grow by 26% with the majority of that allocated to dedicated security headcount.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the IT Value Survey contact Clare Vincent-Silk at +44 (0) 20 7933 9900.
"Having a clearer investment process made for simpler messages and better consultant meetings and ratings"
"Our client now has a clear policy and set of procedures required by regulator and clients"
"We achieved the client’s goals of better execution, more performance and lower costs for the firm"
"Upon completion of our MiFID II assessment the client was well-positioned to implement the required regulatory changes"
"We identified a number of gaps that led us to recommend key areas of improvement and how the business would benefit from these changes"
With alternatives expected to comprise 15% of global assets in the next decade, representing 40% of asset managers’ total revenues, developing effective operating platforms to support these complex assets will be essential. From a recent Investit survey, 17% of firms still rely on manual processes as their primary sourcing solution to support alternatives. 84% of firms consider their solutions for alternatives to be limited, unreliable and a source of operational risk. Fortunately, over half of firms that responded to our survey are currently implementing new solutions or are planning to do so in the next 12-18 months.
Join Investit Intelligence members as we explore current practices for supporting the unique characteristics of alternative assets in the upcoming Developing Effective Support for Alternative Assets Forum on Wednesday 25 November. To join the Intelligence Community contact Clare Vincent-Silk at +44 (0) 20 7933 9900.