JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services has launched its Performance Measurement & Analytics Reporting system, a tool aimed at helping institutional investors maximize returns. The system is now available to JPMorgan’s performance measurement clients. The system offers capabilities for risk calculations, broader performance and attribution analyses, greater ability to customize investment reports and more flexibility to manage performance analyses, the company said. The new system can integrate with some data and technology firms such as Wilshire Associates, Black Rock, MSCI, FTSE, Informa, Risk Metrics and Zephyr. The system also includes advanced multi-tiered technology that allows extensive customization of client reporting.
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