- Latest software updates focus on new OMS limits especially for ETFs
- New Sensitivity Report allows measurement of portfolio stress
- Enhanced risk reporting functionality for compliance teams
CHICAGO 20 January 2020: Hedge and ETF technology specialist Truss Edge has introduced enhancements in both front and back office features that will further benefit the firm’s asset management clients. Its latest software release is focused on improvements to certain order management features as well as significant refinements to risk reporting.
Order Management System (OMS): more flexibility for fund managers
Truss Edge system users can now use our OMS in more flexible ways to handle market orders. A great benefit is that the Truss Edge OMS is fully part of our systems portfolio management database and this allows real-time portfolio impacts of orders to be evaluated at the order stage.
In order to address possible or unintentional shorts, the order management system order limit matrix has now been enhanced to support a minimum limit and a maximum limit. This can be used to prevent orders from being created that cause short positions.
ETF managers make significant use of our OMS capabilities. We have further automated the ‘true-up’ adjustments that occur in most ETFs daily by associating these orders with the related deal.
Risk reporting: improved portfolio stress evaluations
We have significantly enhanced the Sensitivity Report we provide to clients. This report is designed to allow risk managers to measure the effect of stress on a portfolio, evaluating sensitivity to rises and falls against any number of market indices.
These enhancements include adding a total market value, allowing the de-selection for various ‘Greeks’ (formulae) for option risks and better filtering. Whilst the Greek ratios are relevant to options they are not needed for all portfolios. We have also enhanced the features for scheduling the report which allows for more complex data selection.
The Truss Edge Risk Reporting package has been significantly enhanced and implemented for Risk Limits, Position Concentration Limits and Margin Limits. This allows compliance functions to have comprehensive and timely evaluations of portfolios with a complete package of reporting.
Jay Duffy, CEO of Truss Edge, commented: “One of the most significant demands in risk reporting is the use of market data This can be a time consuming and inefficient process. It is therefore critical to Truss Edge that we automate to support the efficiency that allows clients to focus on their core responsibilities.
“Therefore, we have expanded use of our risk reporting; where a new security is traded, features have been introduced in this release so that the system can now automatically consume historical marks which are needed for certain of these analyses.”
Truss Edge delivers a broad suite of operational automation tools to fund managers around the world. Its highly secure and independently-certified SaaS platform is employed as an essential operational hub by fund managers of all sizes.
About Truss Edge
Truss Edge is a portfolio management system that joins the dots for funds that are looking for that elusive front to back solution. We often hear such integration talked about, but in reality it is rarely delivered. Based in Chicago, Truss Edge has been serving the needs of fund managers for almost two decades. Our portfolio management system has evolved as a result of the practical, day-to-day needs of our clients. We built it because they needed it.
Truss Edge is staffed by a team of experienced personnel, many of whom have over 20 years’ track record supporting portfolio management systems. Our exceptional trade support and accounting teams have proven industry experience that we can bring to your organization, alongside our tailored and scalable Software as a Service (SaaS).
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Press release distributed by PressHalo on behalf of Truss Edge, on 20th January, 2021.