"In one click, our dashboard provides a complete overview of a dayâs trading activity across an entire organization", said Tim Sargent, QSGâs President. "The new dashboard provides a consolidated view of trading activity by destination, manager, broker and investment style. Our software development team is doing a terrific job of delivering solutions that address the specific needs of investment managers and pension executives. Equity managers and pension funds that jointly subscribe to the service gain the added advantage of using the same numbers, effectively putting them on the same page as they work to reduce overall trading costs."
Industry observers report that equity managers are increasingly relying on a variety of automated trading solutions and execution destinations. T-Cost Analyst delivers next day trading analysis that keeps up with these strategies; allowing institutional investors to satisfy their monitoring needs, while they collect the information they need for meaningful quarterly performance summaries. The serviceâs analytics allow users to confidently make comparisons across Brokers and Managers knowing that they are backed by more than 40 distinct trading cost measures.
"No longer do plan sponsors have to cobble together reports from different managers using different methodologies. This dashboard summarizes all of this information into one view, so you can spend more time analyzing the data in a standardized manner" said John Wightkin, QSGâs Managing Partner.
The enhanced service also includes the support of an experienced and dedicated analyst team. This team has developed a series of early warning indicators that help identify trading characteristics that deserve investigation. A daily e-mail alerts clients of their previous dayâs trading results and highlights the dayâs highest cost stocks and brokers. The combination of these alerts and analysis software provide investment professionals the information they need to see the big picture without sacrificing the ability to do more in-depth analysis.