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Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari on 7th June 2019

At AlgoMe Consulting, a key mission of ours is to help industry players make sense of the myriad changes and innovation which are a daily, almost hourly occurrence in Financial Services.

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The importance of culture in post-merger

Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari and Rob Carter on 7th August 2019

The list of high-profile Investment Management integrations is ever increasing as the trend towards consolidation in the industry continues unabated. We have worked in the industry for many years and experienced the various facets of merger & acquisitions both directly and through working with firms. The insight we have developed has informed our methodology and pragmatic approach.

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Why does culture matter for the Investment Management industry?

Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari on 18th July 2019

Why does culture matter and what does it mean? Let’s borrow from Groysberg & Al. to define culture: “Culture is the tacit social order of an organization: It shapes attitudes and behaviours in wide-ranging and durable ways. ” Why is this relevant to the Investment Management industry?

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The Capital Markets Union: a land of opportunities for Asset Managers

Posted by Colin Ng and Pierre-Yves Rahari on 12th June 2019

Juncker once famously said “Borders are the worst invention ever made by politicians”.

Since taking up office in 2014, his Commission has been addressing exactly that: Remove obstacles for sustained improvement to the economy which will benefit the European people, regardless of where they are located. This is embodied in Juncker’s ambitious Investment Plan for Europe.

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AlgoMe Consulting – our story

Posted by Luuk Jacobs, Pierre-Yves Rahari and Rob Carter on 8th June 2019

In life it’s possible to identify moments when you’re about to turn a new page of the book you’re writing. For us it was in July 2017, we were all at a career crossroads, independently deciding to set up our own companies. While we’d made headway with new projects, an exciting digital platform, and training to gain new skills, we instinctively knew that together, we had a bigger story to tell, and a greater mission to accomplish.

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