Fund manager software is a fully integrated cross-asset solution for investment management. It leverages straight-through processing to handle the complete trading lifecycle of buy-side organizations from portfolio management, to middle- and back-office operations, compliance and risk management.
Fund manager software gives the level of reliability and agility needed to grow the business with minimum disruption and investment. Additional functionality and increased instrument coverage can be given through modules and a toolkit that allows expansive investment management forms to quickly adapt and take advantage of new opportunities as they arise.
Fund manager software combines sell-side level financial and technological capabilities with the user-friendliness, modularity, connectivity and ease of implementation required by the buy-side. It has been adopted by over 90 institutions globally, ranging from start-up hedge funds to the world’s largest global asset management companies.
Below are some the most significant features and benefits that fund manager software has to offer.
- Fund manager software is a fully integrated approach that removes the need to manage numerous systems and helps in the improvement of operational efficiency and reduce risk.
- A comprehensive but flexible platform that addresses different organization requirements by means of a modular approach to ensure functional optimization and cost effectiveness.
- Fund manager software is the broadest cross-asset coverage of any buy-side solution, including OTC derivatives in equity, credit, FX, interest rates and commodities.
- True STP for middle- and back-office operations, reducing trading errors, as well as costs and allowing investment managers to focus resources on the core of their business.
- Firm-wide control and visibility over market risk, credit risk and collateral management for portfolio and risk managers, along with risk analytics like tracking error and risk reporting.
Fund manager software offers a rapid response to compliance and regulation to ensure that both external and internal risk policies can be maintained.