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China Life Asset Management Implements DSTi’s HiPortfolio/3

Chinese institutional investment firm China Life Asset Management Corporation (CLAMC) has completed its implementation of DST International’s (DSTi) HiPortfolio/3 investment accounting solution. The migration of CLAMC’s back office operations included the handling of complex valuation methodologies specific to the China market, explains Tom Abraham, CEO of the vendor.

The firm has automated its previously manual processes with a view to improving operational efficiency and helping managers to more effectively monitor their portfolios. According to the vendor, the solution provides full transaction records covering transactions executed on the stock exchanges and OTC markets, as well as cash movements within portfolios. HiPortfolio/3 stores detailed transaction activity for every trade for performance reporting.

“This project was our biggest and most complex thus far in China,” adds Abraham.

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