Fund Managers Re-Engineer Data Workflows for N-PORT

With more frequent and granular reporting for fund managers looming, firms have had to figure out how best to connect all the data needed to meet the new requirements. This has necessitated a widespread change in how data is moved throughout an organization. Emilia David reports.


As financial services firms move to diversify their investments and expand their holdings, it has become important for regulators to have a better understanding of fund managers’ portfolios. Regulators are now asking for more information on a more frequent basis to better understand—and respond to—emergent sources of systemic risk. 

This increased transparency is not limited to the world of equities trading; it has also extended into investment funds. Mutual funds and exchange-traded funds

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