8 ways COVID-19 is changing how investment managers do business
Callan asked managers how they currently are navigating the pandemic. The changes are broad, and some may be permanent.
By Alan Goforth|October 12, 2020 at 12:16 PM
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The ongoing pandemic has forced investment managers to make significant changes to the way they operate their businesses, from work-at-home arrangements to online business meetings and restricted travel.
Earlier this year, Callan surveyed managers about how COVID-19 was affecting their business protocols. It recently followed up by asking nearly 100 managers how they currently are navigating the pandemic. The key findings include the following:
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