JPMorgan, Sophis Unveil Hedge Fund Reporting Platform

Sep 24 2009 | 2:38am ET

JPMorgan Chase’s prime brokerage arm and risk management firm Sophis have partnered to offer a new integrated portfolio and risk management system.

Dubbed iSophis, the new platform offers hedge funds in-depth reporting across multiple prime brokers. The application service provider model gives hedge fund managers access to the secure platform from any internet connection.

“iSophis allows hedge funds to benefit from the same technology used in many large financial institutions, for a fraction of the investment required to manage a system in house,” Lou Lebedin, co-head of prime brokerage at JPMorgan, said. “Managers can now spend less time worrying about their technology and infrastructure and more time managing clients’ assets.”

iSophis features profit and loss analysis, performance attribution, and risk exposure and calculation, including stress-testing.


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