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BI-SAM Releases B-One 3.3 Including the SRRI Calculation to Meet KIID Requirements

BI-SAM, a leading provider of data management, performance, attribution, risk, GIPS composites and reporting solutions for the global asset management industry, today announced the release of B-One 3.3, the latest version of its award- winning platform.

B-One 3.3 enables performance and reporting teams to further optimise their production value chains and focuses on helping asset managers meet the additional UCITS IV regulations requirements for KIID and SRRI (Synthetic Risk & Reward Indicator) calculation.

The workflow management capabilities, that provides full management of the report production process, from data collection, data checking and validation to report production and distribution, have been further extended to include:

  • Tasks can be assigned to users, with priorities and deadlines e.g. report publication due dates
  • Users can monitor and manage their own tasks to ensure that deadlines are not about to missed
  • Manager can monitor, using a customisable dashboard, the entire production value chain
  • Managers can re-assign tasks to other staff to deal in peak demand periods

Additionally B-One 3.3 includes the SRRI indicator to help its clients further leverage its performance and reporting platform to meet their UCITS IV obligations to deliver KIID reports.

“The financial market is constantly evolving and investment companies are continually required to meet new standards. BI-SAM, once again, demonstrates its ability to meet clients needs by enhancing its platform to integrate the new regulations requirements.” said Nicolas Frank, Head of Research & Development.

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