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  • Investment and Risk Division: Great People, great company but all priority goes to one or two products

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    The company has great people and great potential. The working atmosphere and work life balance is good. Despite many mergers and changes in management the company maintains a good sense of self and history. Now a very diversified company across all divisions.

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    Within the Investment and Risk Division the lions share of focus and investment goes to only a few products while others with massive potential are left "keeping the lights on". Management structure changes fairly regularly.

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    While the concept of a unified platform is definitely the right way to go they need to ensure that the constant management changes and reduction in cost does not erode products or content sets that are at the cornerstone of the financial services business. A company of this size needs depth and priority across the full portfolio. Not just on the desktop and real-time services. given the staff and expertise TR has market leading potential.

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