PHILADELPHIA, April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Varden Technologies joins the Spaulding Group for the 2013 Performance Measurement, Attribution & Risk (PMAR) Conference. Michael Kendall, Product Manager, will contribute as a panelist at the event’s client reporting stream to share trends and best practices in client communications, while Minh Nguyen, Head of Relationships, will showcase eReportal Version 8. This will be Varden’s 5th year contributing to the Spaulding Group’s 11th installment in its acclaimed PMAR conference series.
Michael is a board member of NICSA’s Technology Committee and a key speaker at several conferences. As part of Varden’s product strategy, he is responsible for research and proprietary approaches to reporting operations, client servicing, and risk management. He leads Varden’s dedicated communications to the industry’s leading research, strategy and investment consulting firms.
Michael shares, “The Spaulding Group is well-known and respected as the preeminent provider and facilitator of performance measurement best practices. I look forward to sharing and learning with the PMAR attendees, as Varden continues to progress our capabilities within the performance analysis and reporting niche against a backdrop of experiences gleaned from our 100+ deployments.”
Patrick Fowler, The Spaulding Group’s COO, contributes, “We are grateful to have Michael Kendall and the Client Reporting experts at Varden contributing to our 11th annual PMAR conference. One of the major reasons PMAR has grown to become the largest focused event on performance measurement, attribution and risk is the quality and professionalism of our speakers, as well as the relevance and applicability of our topics. Having the support of Varden, and all of our vendors, provides the resources that allow us to deliver valuable content in an exciting learning atmosphere.”
The two-day conference will provide attendees with an understanding of topics ranging from performance measurement for illiquid assets, updates on regulatory issues, the new CIPM program, and strategies for improved work productivity and quality, to the comparison of funds from a risk and attribution perspective.