International Asset Management Firm Implements Leading Provider of Investment Performance, Attribution and Risk Solutions
New York and London, September 20, 2016 – BISAM, the leading provider of sophisticated solutions for performance and attribution, multi-asset risk, GIPS composites management and reporting, today announced that an international asset management firm successfully implemented the B-One platform to meet their evolving business plans and projections for growth.
As part of a company-wide systems architecture review, the firm selected BISAM to replace its incumbent system in favor of B-One’s scalable, flexible, market-leading performance software – and the product’s ability to support overnight reporting requirements, the expansion of new accounts, and the elimination of operational complexity and risk with a simplified architecture.
“We are pleased to have been selected to support the firm’s growing portfolio management requirements, and to have quickly and efficiently delivered the solution they need to deliver accurate, timely performance results,” said William Haney, CEO, BISAM. “The combined expertise of BISAM’s innovative implementation team and the customer’s seasoned performance and technology team helped foster a collaboration of open communication, managed expectations, and efficient planning.”
“The project team delivered a combined GIPS, performance, EQA and FIA implementation on time and on budget. This was a remarkable achievement and reflects the hard work, creativity, problem solving skills and teamwork from all involved,” said the firm’s Head of Performance & Client Reporting. “The B-One solution provides accurate and timely performance and attribution across multiple asset classes, as well as the flexibility to develop additional value-added analysis for our clients and stakeholders.”
B-One is BISAM’s award-winning, market-leading cross-asset solution, designed to centralize performance measurement processes across a single platform, including data management, performance measurement and reporting, attribution and risk factor allocation, and GIPS composite management and compliance.
Comments are closed.