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BI-SAM releases B-One’s 3.2.1 version including multi-management risk analysis

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BI-SAM, a leading provider of performance attribution and reporting software solution for the global asset management industry, today announced the release of B-One’s 3.2.1 version.

Following the release of the 3.2 version a few months ago, B-One continues to provide its users with latest technologies by releasing the 3.2.1 version, which includes functional enhancements as well as new features.

The most significant addition is the risk model development associated with multimanagement.

This new feature highlights the difference in terms of risk between the portfolio benchmark and the associated fund benchmark, and this new tool will provide managers with important information to improve their investment decisions.

In terms of reporting, transparency is a paramount concern and it is one of the most important criteria for investors. In this light, two major enhancements have been included in B-One - comments and footnotes integration as well as flexible reports modification.

These improvements provide greater latitude to users in the creation of reports.

Additionally, the Excel API Add-In, already available in previous versions of B-One, has been extended to GIPS and Risk modules.

“Amongst other things, BI-SAM values are based on both continual innovation and clients’ satisfaction. Indeed, these enhancements make our values a reality and demonstrate BISAM teams’ ability and motivation to maintain our leadership and, above all, our client trust” said Nicolas Frank, Head of Product Development at BI-SAM.

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