Eze Software Group Bolsters Portfolio Accounting Module

May 4 2017 | 7:58pm ET

Investment industry technology specialist Eze Software Group has bolstered its Eze Portfolio Accounting module with a reconciliation summary dashboard that provides an at-a-glance view of all reconciled and unreconciled positions, transactions and cash balance grids to help funds better automate the reconciliation process and lower collateral risk. 

With the new dashboard, Users can now view all of their positions by fund and custody account, and filter the information further by fund and currency, the company said in a statement. The dashboard also shows all closing cash balance differences, grouped by cash account and currency, including records with breaks and any mapping issues. Users can auto generate missing trades without having to swivel between screens.   

“Reconciliation in today’s market is complex, and funds need seamless, effective tools that automate the process,” said Bill Neuman, managing director of product management, in the statement. “The reconciliation summary dashboard makes it easy to see at a glance where they stand at any given point in the day,” 

The technology is supported by a deepening bench of fund accounting experts, the company added, as Eze steadily adds to staff. There are currently more than a dozen fund accountants and staffers with extensive fund accounting and operations expertise working across development, client services and sales organizations of the company.

“We firmly believe there’s value in having in-house experts help clients set up their portfolio accounting functionality and best practices to be able to create a shadow NAV as well as facilitate reconciliations and data migrations,” Neuman added. 

Headquartered in Boston, Eze Software is a global leading provider of investment management software solutions designed to optimize operational and investment alpha throughout the entire investment process. The company services 6,500 buy- and sell-side users at more than 2,000 institutions in 45 nations, including broker-dealers, endowments, family offices, hedge funds, institutional asset managers, mutual funds, pension funds, and wealth managers across a range of investment strategies.


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