The Ohio Public Employee Retirement System (Opers) has narrowed down the list of vendors it is considering to provide a centralized data management and portfolio accounting solution. Eagle Investment Systems and DST International are said to have made the shortlist. Opers, which has $60 billion in assets under management, currently maintains multiple securities master files with multiple securities identifiers, which causes problems for risk management and measuring credit exposure. Opers is aiming to consolidate this data into a cohesive centralized repository through using a third-party data management technology provider.
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OPERS Shortlists Eagle and DST For Data Management System Purchase
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