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eVestment launches attribution platform


eVestment, a provider of institutional investment data intelligence and analytic solutions, has launched an attribution platform offering integration into eVestment Analytics.

 
Delivered via a SaaS platform, eVestment Attribution serves professionals in the institutional investment market including asset managers, consultants and plan sponsors.
 
For asset managers, the new attribution platform offers a deeper level of competitive analysis while continuing to safeguard sensitive manager-holdings information from competition.
 
For consultants and plan sponsors, the platform offers a more efficient way to use attribution as a natural part of manager selection and monitoring processes.
 
Using holdings data already present in the eVestment database, end-users can eliminate the time-consuming process of soliciting individual manager holdings data, populating a sizeable listing of results, then uploading the data into a stand-alone attribution platform for analysis. With eVestment, complexity is eliminated since end-users can evaluate the impact of security, sector and regional decisions as well as style, timing and activity components while assessing other quantitative and qualitative information on funds – all with just a few clicks.
 
“Attribution is a powerful approach to analysis, but it can be a cumbersome and time consuming one if you have to aggregate the necessary data from multiple sources. With full integration into our database, we’ve simplified the process and made attribution a dynamic feature available to any client type,” eVestment chief operating officer Matt Crisp says. “Once you’re logged in, there’s no need to migrate data from other systems.”

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