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Australia’s QIC Fund Manager Implements Eagle’s Pace

QIC, an Australian wholesale fund manager, has implemented Eagle Investment Systems’ Pace portfolio management system. The system will allow the fund manager to extract, scrub, enrich and store investment data from multiple sources into a single repository, enabling it to make use of Pace’s performance measurement, attribution, reporting and data monitoring features.

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