Slow to Begin, STP Finding Favor Among Funds of Funds

Kentouris, Chris
May 2008
Securities Industry News;5/5/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p11
Trade Publication
This article states that straight-through processing (STP) is finding favor among hedge funds, mutual funds and institutional investors even as they start to recognize the need for greater automation and standardized messaging. It says that STP will allow funds of funds to exchange data electronically and eliminate duplicate entries. STP also allows them to enter data fast and in bulk and interface to administrators and banks for reconciliation.


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