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Misys inks In India

Misys is to outsource key elements of its compliance processing, including fact-finds, to India, claiming it will cut costs and improve admin efficiency for IFAs.

It says it wants to shift many of its UK operating functions to India in a bid to lower the cost of compliance for members.

The move is likely to cover Misys&#39 fact-find monitoring, applications and transaction processing and will aim to ensure that members are paid commission on time.

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