Performance Book of Record (PBOR): A new approach to measuring performance, exposure and risk
Most investment managers have a range of spreadsheets or desktop applications that may “tactically” calculate performance and carry out risk analysis for specific asset classes. While there will always be a role for these discrete quantitative tools, increasingly firms are looking for an enhanced, comprehensive view of performance that accurately captures the investment activity across their entire enterprise. Eagle, through the introduction and release of a Performance Book of Record, or PBOR, provides clients with the capabilities and technology to get ahead of this trend, so they can better meet new client demands, exhaustive regulatory requirements, and further build out a competitive advantage.Learn More
Engage 2015 Coverage: Investing for Growth
It’s an age-old question: what comes first, growth or the capital investments that drive growth? At a panel during Eagle’s Engage 2015 client conference, “Growing Assets Efficiently,” four executives discussed their approach to this strategy question and highlighted that while it can be difficult to make the leap and overcome certain challenges that come with doing so, their investments to gain control of their data have indeed paid dividends across their businesses.
A survey cited during the panel seems to imply that most organizations in banking and finance still view IT and technology as merely a cost of doing business…Learn More
Sep 28, 2016 Desjardins Group Selects Eagle to Replace Legacy Fund Accounting Platform LEARN MORE...
Sep 12, 2016 Eagle Thought Leader to Discuss Best Practices in Defining Risk Frameworks at FTF Performance Measurement Europe LEARN MORE...
Sep 7, 2016 Eagle Advances in Latest IDC Financial Insight FinTech Rankings LEARN MORE...
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