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Netik Implements InterView Data Management at Investec

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Netik is implementing its data warehouse service Netik InterView at Investec Asset Management in both its Cape Town and London operations. InterView is the company’s so-called Investment Hub, which provides a data-centric transaction management and investment reporting solution for use within asset management firms, private banks, hedge funds, prime brokers, fund administrators and custodians.

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