Colfondos Pensiones y Cesantías, one of Colombia’s largest pension funds, has selected the cloud-based Charles River Investment Management Solution to manage its domestic and global equity and fixed income portfolios on a consolidated front and middle office platform. The Charles River solution allows Colfondos to meet the demands of its investment process and automate support across asset classes for the geographies it invests in. It also allows the firm to enter new markets in Chile and Peru at enterprise scale by leveraging Charles River’s open architecture platform and interoperability with an ecosystem of liquidity, data and regulatory reporting providers.
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Colombia Pension Fund Selects Charles River Investment Management Solution
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