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Over the past several years, the SEC has proactively modernized its standards for data collection, risk management and disclosure practices. As part of these rules, starting in June 2018 registered funds will be required to file a new monthly portfolio report – Form N-PORT.
Our internal estimates show there are 593 data points each fund must fill out to meet the Form N-PORT requirements. And the SEC estimates that processing this data could take close to 168 hours annually per fund and seven full-time employees.* Each N-PORT filing will also require three months of trailing data, starting with the first filing.
These changes have left investment firms with operational uncertainty, higher expenses, and data management and regulatory reporting fatigue.
So Much Data. Now What?
Our solution helps you improve data collection practices from the origin of the trade. To enhance your existing reporting infrastructure, our proprietary platform performs sophisticated risk and asset calculations. We can also manage and communicate liquidity risk and meet compressed filing timelines for Form N-PORT’s new 30-day portfolio reporting requirements.
Our Form N-PORT solution:
- Efficiently sources, aggregates and normalizes data
- Performs complex calculations
- Provides dedicated service teams and experienced risk professionals
- Supports workflow administration for the 30-day reporting cycle to help you mitigate risk
- Maintains consistency across other regulatory reporting channels
Connecting Your Regulatory and Risk Management Needs
As your full-service partner, we have the expertise and scale of one of the world’s leading financial services providers. To support your Form N-PORT filing requirements, our proprietary data management technology can help you automate processes for data collection, complex calculations and form preparation. Along with our proprietary risk management platform, truView,? we can perform your liquidity and risk calculations to help support all of your regulatory reporting requirements.