Data Analytics and Information Management

As the markets' need for information transparency grows, our approach to data management and reporting has also expanded and become more sophisticated and innovative. We are focused on the development of bespoke data and information solutions that revolve around risk mitigation, balance sheet management and operating efficiencies. Supported by state of the art technology, and drawing on our experience with highly developed data management techniques, proprietary analytic-based tools, and our expertise in customized reporting, we have developed a comprehensive set of tools that cover the spectrum of data management and reporting solutions.

Our approach is thorough and performance driven. It focuses on the capture of data from a wide variety of sources. Our experts and our leading technology allow us to aggregate and normalize incoming data and apply comprehensive analytics, before customizing the data output to meet the specific needs and requirements of our clients. Our solutions cover a broad range of client and market needs, including:

  • Data aggregation, validation, and normalization
  • Portfolio and asset-level transparency
  • Hypothetical trading simulation and pricing models
  • Portfolio NAV and waterfall calculations
  • Asset valuation and performance measurement
  • Compliance monitoring and exceptions reporting
  • Portfolio analysis and reporting

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Captives: After the Hit

Captives: After the Hit

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