Comply with the client-specific mandates
Adhere to the current house view as specified by the CIO
Fit the client’s risk return profile
Represent the organisation’s view and philosophy and don’t pose a risk to the brand.
Being flexible without compromising compliance
To accommodate all these requirements, a CIO has to allow fund managers a governable degree of freedom. Managers must be able to deviate from the house view but still be regulated by a set of constraints.
Such a system would provide the CIO with a management tool to monitor, evaluate, manage, regulate and review fund managers’ performance.
But how do you implement it in practice? This is a problem Quintessence has been developed to solve.
Governance that allows for individual expertise
With Quintessence, you can also create and store custom compliance requirements. Fund managers can be constrained by a set of deviation constraints which are specifically associated with them at a group, subgroup or individual level. These deviations can be set according to a region, asset class, sector and/or instrument level.
Your fund managers now have the freedom to customise solutions to the benefit of their clients while adhering to the CIO’s constraints. And the CIO can now access dynamic reports to: