Bravura-owned FinoComp releases 'game changing' portfolio evaluation tool for platforms

Enhances portfolio valuations

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Fintech provider FinoComp has launched software designed to help advisers and wealth managers analyse the performance of their clients’ portfolios.

Investment performance reporting tool Insight allows advisers to break down the contributions of different assets to a portfolio's performance within any time periods and can be integrated with any platform. It also allows advisers and wealth managers to assess how a portfolio would have performed if it contained particular assets against its current performance, identifying the winners and losers of a portfolio. The tool allows advisers to analyses returns on a time-weighted basis - so it does not factor in the impact of individual's contributions or withdrawals - or on a money-weigh...

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