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Crowe Horwath

Crowe Horwath LLP is one of the largest public accounting and consulting firms in the United States. Under its core purpose of Building Value with Values Crowe assists public and private company clients in reaching their goals through audit, tax, advisory, risk, and performance services. With 26 offices and 2,400 personnel, Crowe is recognized by many organizations as one of the country's best places to work. Crowe serves clients worldwide as an independent member of Crowe Horwath International, one of the largest networks in the world, consisting of more than 140 independent accounting and management consulting firms with offices in more than 400 cities around the world.

Crowe Horwath LLP is one of the largest public accounting and consulting firms in the United States. Under its core purpose of Building Value with Values Crowe assists public and private company clients in reaching their goals through audit, tax,

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Latest Content From Crowe Horwath

Whitepaper: Learn How Top Wealth Management Firms Are Overcoming CRM Systems "Shortcomings" and Improving Performance at the Same Time

by Crowe HorwathFeb 25, 2011

After years of disappointment with customer relationship management (CRM) systems, some top wealth management firms are taking a fresh look at the technology ? and discovering a fresh approach that allows them to finally achieve the powerful advantages CRM has long promised.

Find out what these industry leaders have learned by downloading this valuable new briefing paper ? ?CRM for Wealth Management: New Challenges ? and a New Approach ? Offer the Opportunity for Substantial


Whitepaper: Learn How to Prepare for the Coming Regulatory and Information Management Challenges

by Crowe HorwathOct 14, 2010

The still-evolving regulatory requirements stemming from the Dodd-Frank Act are adding a new layer of complexity ? and uncertainty ? to the information management challenges financial services organizations must face. Ongoing competitive pressures, increasingly complex financial services offerings, aging legacy systems, and industry consolidation only add to the challenge.

This valuable free briefing paper outlines a proven, effective approach for addressing these issues. The