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Three ways to tell if your client reporting is at the heart of your client servicing.
Is your client reporting merely a ‘box’ at the end of the investment lifecycle that requires a tick for completion? Or is it just one element in a much greater sphere of influence that includes client service, marketing, performance and even compliance? Is your reporting a two-way street – offering tools where clients can interrogate their data – where the focus is on engagement and not just delivery? Do you offer room for feedback in your...
LGPS Central selects Factbook for factsheets, client reports and data automation
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LGPS Central selects Factbook for factsheets, client reports and data automation Factbook, a specialist provider of client reporting, fund reporting and data automation solutions to the investment community, today announces that LGPS Central has selected Factbook’s industry leading Studio10™ technology platform to populate and produce their Client Reports, Factsheets and automate their data ingress processes. “We faced a number of challenges with complex processes. Handling and transforming data from custodians and...
7 Reasons Why Producing Factsheets Yourself Never Works Out The Way You Plan
You underestimate the workload If you only have a few funds, you may be thinking “how difficult can it be to produce 2 pages of copy text, with a few graphs, a few tables and some performance figures…”. So, let’s break this down further to see exactly what will be needed to produce this “simple” two-page document. Say you have 10 funds, each...