Boutiques embrace innovation in face of Covid-19 pandemic

Are smaller firms more agile in uncertain times?

Mike Sheen
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The rise in Zoom calls has allowed smaller firms to adapt and thrive quicker during the pandemic, according to some managers
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The rise in Zoom calls has allowed smaller firms to adapt and thrive quicker during the pandemic, according to some managers

Smaller investment firms have been forced to embrace digital investment and innovation in efforts to maintain their "boutique culture", while trying to weather the market chaos of the coronavirus pandemic.

The UK lockdown and other restrictions put in place across the world has forced 52% of European asset managers to implement client engagement and other digital communications technology faster than anticipated,...

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