New capabilities and expanded data set a new standard for institutional management fee analysis.
May 15th, 2019
By Mark Bell
Norwalk, Connecticut – May 15, 2019 – Investment Metrics (IM), the leading provider of institutional investment performance analytics and reporting solutions for investment consultants, asset owners, banks, financial institutions, and wealth advisors, today announced the release of their vastly enhanced global asset manager database. The new enhancements will provide operational efficiency for asset managers to submit their data in a timely manner with accuracy, and for asset owners/investment consultants to leverage better content to easily screen and monitor managers.
Renamed the Investment Metrics Global Database (previously known as EQuest), the new version includes an improved interface making it easier for asset managers to update their fund data, and easily identify those data points which may be missing across various asset classes and investment vehicles. New data fields have also been added such as currency which will allow users to enter assets and performance in any currency at the firm, strategy, and product/vehicle level.
“We are excited to release our latest version of the Investment Metrics Global Database and to continue to partner with the asset management community to ensure their data is available to the leading consultants, investment advisors, and asset owners,” said Rahul Pitre, Chief Technology Officer of Investment Metrics. “Working with us and utilizing our new Excel upload capabilities will allow the managers to submit their data to Investment Metrics seamlessly in a more accurate, complete and timely manner thus servicing their institutional investment advisory client needs.”
The Investment Metrics Global Database of traditional and alternative products is a gateway for asset managers to showcase their investment products since the platform is widely used by the leading institutional investment consultants, asset owners, and advisors, to help make more informed investment decisions. The database has grown considerably over the last few years with it now being relied upon by both the research and performance reporting teams across the top 100 investment consulting firms.
To learn more about the Investment Metrics Global Database, or to submit your data, visit www.invmetrics.com/data.
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