Trusts' apathy about technology may harm their ability to compete

Kountz, Edward
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/12/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30330, p43
Trade Publication
Looks into the trust industry's investment in information technology in the United States, and its importance to the industry's competitiveness in the money management arena. Findings of the study `Internet Tools for Trust Providers' on the industry's use of information; Comparison with information technology use by mutual funds; Efforts of the industry to enhance use of information technology.


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