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Archer Welcomes James Drumm

“Archer’s solution is unique in its ability to help asset managers mitigate operational risk and cost,” said Drumm. “It’s a game-changer and I’m excited to join the team.”


Benoit and McCartan Join Archer

Christina Benoit and Francis McCartan have joined Archer as Vice Presidents, Business Development.


Archer® Enables Distribution Expansion for CastleArk

“We see strong retail growth ahead, and are pleased that Archer was able to launch our initial offering so quickly."


Benefits Found in the Cloud

The benefits of cloud-based services are many, and collectively empower investment management firms by unleashing their strategic potential.


Nick Corsanico Joins Archer’s Business Development Team

Nick's experience in the industry and familiarity with investment management operations position him to succeed in helping investment firms to identify and eliminate barriers to growth.


As seen in FUNDfire: T. Rowe Jumps Into Retail SMA Business

To simplify entry into the SMA space, T. Rowe partnered with Archer for technology and operational support.


When Expanding Your Product Base: Keep it Simple

From the investment manager’s perspective, multiple service models within the SMA channel often require separate systems and processes. This increases operational complexity and erodes the benefit of higher revenues.


As seen in FUNDfire: DOL Rule Adds to Downward Pressure on SMA Manager Fees

Archer's Matt Caulfield adds to the industry conversation about the potential impact from the DOL rule. "SMAs could benefit from advisors shifting assets out of commission accounts into fee-based advisory programs. And some institutional or mutual-fund focused shops are responding by developing or considering developing retail SMA or model-delivered versions of their strategies, Caulfield says."

Bring the Fintech Boom to Operations

Transforming investment management technology support is the obvious answer to managing complexity, cost, and growth, but complex systems and longstanding entrenchment in processes built over years are formidable barriers to change. Rather than fit their investment management business to legacy solutions for operations, investment managers must work with a change catalyst that is willing and able to fit a new solution to their business.