Treasury and banking software vendor Trema has launched Finance KIT 6.0, which incorporates significant new functionality for the global asset management industry. Trema said the new solution is built on a ‘multi-tiered and flexible’ architecture. Finance KIT 6.0 incorporates API and ‘plug and use’ interfaces enabling users to interface with external and internal production and distribution systems providing maximum scalability ‘whilst minimizing maintenance and costs’. Specific new functionality is designed to enable asset managers to more accurately control, monitor and attribute the performance of their portfolios. The solution offers results monitoring on a daily, weekly or monthly basis through evaluating portfolio, market, sector, instrument and comparison of figures against indices or benchmarks. Real-time compliance controls include segregation of duties on different levels, such as portfolio, transaction, functional, and database levels.
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