Portfolio, performance, and risk reports

Alongside our core fund administration services, we offer customized reporting and portfolio monitoring, designed to free you up to concentrate on your core business operations. Our portfolio and performance reports furnish detailed insights into concentrations and investments, encompassing periodic performance results. These are calculated using industry-standard methodologies such as Time-Weighted Return (TWR), Modified Dietz, and Internal Rate of Return (IRR), and include well-recognized money multiples like Total Value to Paid-In (TVPI) and Distributions to Paid-In (DVPI).
Portfolio, performance, and risk reports

Portfolio, performance & risk reports 

Your investors and/or investment committee has access to a data rich consolidated asset management report including the investment performance at the various levels of the portfolio, with and without benchmarks and before or after costs.  The performance results meet the required industry standards such as TWR, Modified Dietz and IRR. For private equity Investments we also report the money multiples such as TVPI (Total value to Paid in ratio), DVPI (distributed value to paid in ratio) and RVPI (Residual value to paid in ratio). Please also ask for our flexible reporting services if you are attached to a specific format or lay-out. 

Our reports contain amongst others: 
- Development of the portfolio valuation across months and quarters
- Concentrations towards asset types, sector, region and currency
- Strategic asset allocations weighings vs current portfolio NAV's 
- MTD, YTD, Annualised 1,3,5 years and SI investment performance across sub portfolio's
- Investment performance inclusive and exclusive investment costs
- Benchmark comparisons
- Gross and net currency exposures
- Overview of capital transactions, investment transactions and corporate actions 

If you are exposed to specific solvency regulations we could also provide the necessary exposures, concentrations and market stress tests based on actual instrument cashflows and look-through data.