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A Complete Guide to Arbor Financial Systems

Arbor Financial Systems

Their Portfolio Management System, Arbor Portfolio Manager (APM), offers buy-side institutions with in-depth portfolio analysis and compliance setup for the front office, and extensive front and back office G/L reporting. Additionally, users can opt for our Risk Management System for automating risk reporting needs, Slice and Dice Portfolio Analysis for slicing and dicing of single and multiple funds and our Reporting Portal to create reports on all the data that you want.

Industry Leading Technology

Arbor Financial Systems is the leader for technology choices in the buy-side investment management space. By combining advanced asset management software and 24/5 global support, mid-office services and periodic updates, they have become a one-stop shop for streamlined and integrated portfolio management software.

Arbor Financial Systems offers portfolio, asset and fund management software that provides buy-side institutions with detailed trade and position management. This includes in-depth portfolio analysis and compliance setup for the front office, and extensive mid-to-back office general ledger reporting.

They also offer 24/5 global support, middle office services and periodic updates corresponding to your needs. These independent features have made our portfolio management system as one of the most sophisticated investment management software in the financial technology industry.

At the same time, you will find our portfolio management system to be a low-touch system. This allows you to focus on the real work by adding value to your fund and asset management duties, whatever they may be.

Key Features of Arbor Financial Systems

Front Office:

  • Real-time (and historic) P&L / NAVs
  • Detailed performance attribution
  • Risk reporting (Exposure, Value at Risk, Liquidity etc)
  • Slicing and dicing of single and multiple funds
  • Fund summary reporting

Mid/Back Office:

  • Pre and post trade compliance reporting
  • Cash management
  • General ledger reporting
  • Corporate actions
  • Transaction and position reconciliation
  • Automated fee processing
  • Third party transaction reporting
  • Transaction confirmations workflow
  • Data mining engine for flexible price sourcing
  • Full auditing and access controls
  • Fund Analysis & Position Keeping

Portfolio Management SystemArbor portfolio management system provides detailed portfolio / fund analysis for both real time and historic trades. These views of multiple portfolios can be controlled from the same interface. With the flexibility to control views with countless slice and dice options, you can easily analyze your portfolio making investment decisions intuitively and efficiently.

Fund Risk Management/Analysis

Fund Management SystemUsing the features detailed in position keeping, our portfolio management system is able to perform fund risk management and analysis for both real time and historical trades/positions, including these features:

  • Exposure (Net & Gross)
  • Exposure Beta / Delta Adjusted
  • Liquidity
  • Market Capitalization
  • Post Trade Compliance
  • Stop / Loss Indicators
  • Exposure (Net & Gross)

Exposure (net) represents the position exposure after offsetting long and short exposures in a portfolio or fund, e.g. net long exposure, net short exposure.

Exposure (gross) represents the position exposure after offsetting the single positions between the same currency pairs, e.g. long and short exposure with different counterparties.

Exposure Beta / Delta Adjusted

Exposure (beta) Beta corrected exposure (net) is calculated based on the weighted average position between all of your positions in the portfolio or fund.

Exposure Delta Adjusted in a portfolio management system uses Net exposure (from position keeping) between other positions in the same currency pairs as the reference level. It represents the new level of exposure after offsetting the individual positions of a ‘base’ portfolio/fund.

Liquidity

Liquidity level in a fund management system calculates the average exposure (net) with a predetermined threshold to determine whether the exposure in the fund (or portfolio) is liquid or illiquid. This allows the user to make sure that a certain fund is liquid enough to utilize it.

Market Capitalization

Market capitalization (also know as market cap) in a fund management system determines the exposure based on market capitalization, which helps the user or portfolio manager determine the exposure of the fund to small and mid cap stocks easily and quickly.

Post-Trade Compliance

Post trade compliance in a portfolio management system helps to integrate with and automate best-in-class third party systems. Users can do fund analysis and compliance with a single solution, dramatically reducing costs and paperwork associated with having multiple software products.

With a third party system, you can automate the processing of post-trade compliance that includes position keeping such as allocation reporting, position revaluation, depreciation and rebalancing.

Stop / Loss Indicators

Stop / loss indicators in a portfolio management system is the easiest solution for trade management. Unlike the solution of majority counterparts, it can be configured with a user-defined threshold and can be expanded to set multiple thresholds. Therefore, you can react more quickly and reduce the potential loss.

Risk Reporting

If you want to have a real-time risk reporting, their portfolio management system allows you to do this easily and quickly.

Their portfolio management system provides various risk reporting, such as VaR and risk related ratios. It also has integrated with an advanced portfolio analysis tool that can provide you with risk analytics.

General Ledger Reporting

General Ledger Reporting adds significant value to portfolio management in a variety of ways. A General Ledger Reporting solution automates compliance, post trading processing including allocation reporting, position revaluation, depreciation and rebalancing.

Order Management System

If you want to have a global view of your trading operations for your funds, you need to have a comprehensive order management system within your fund management system.

Arbor order management system is powerful enough to easily manage your trades online. It is designed for a globally distributed, multi-exchange trading environment and is available for all types of investors, including institutional, retail, discretionary and algorithmic traders.

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