MJ Hudson acquires asset management data and analytics firm Amaces

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MJ Hudson has acquired Amaces, a data and analytics firm which provides tools and consulting services to help institutional investors benchmark and monitor the cost and quality of the investor services they receive from their custodian banks.

The London-based asset management consultancy said the deal expands its existing asset management client base from 600+ managers, pension funds and other asset owners to more than 700, which collec...

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