Portfolio

The portfolio enables you to review and manage the aggregated positions of all the entities of the current organization. It comes with powerful features that help you streamline your portfolio management.

 

 

Features

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 Item

Description 

 A

Portfolio Type

Transactions sorted by portfolio type:

  • Actual (portfolio)
  • Draft
  • Simulated

See Transaction Workflow for more details.

B

Filter

See Context Management. The numbers on the right of the filter name show the number of transactions displayed according to the current and quick filters.

C

Search

Search for transactions.

D

Sort

Sorts the items currently displayed in the portfolio according to the selected property, in ascending or descending order. Some properties group the transactions.

E

Quick Filter

Adds an extra filter to the current portfolio, based on transaction categories or maturities (the actual list adapts to what the current portfolio contains).

F

Add

Create transactions and upload Excel files.

G

Export

Export transactions.

H

Transaction Summary

Detail summary of the transaction.

 

Search Options

The Search field in the toolbar supports a couple of features:

  • Full text search on textual property (transaction reference, borrower and lender names).
  • Value search on principal or notional amounts (for example, you can use >100000 for all transactions whose notional or principal amounts exceed 100,000 – no matter the currency).

 

Export Options

The Portfolio page supports three export modes:

  • Excel Export: A pop up prompts the user to select export options, then an Excel file is generated containing all the transactions of the current portfolio.
  • Cash Flow Report: A pop up prompts the user to enter the start and the end date of the period, then an Excel file is generated containing all the payments for all transactions in the current portfolio for the given period.
  • Extended Cash Flow Report: It is the same as Cash Flow Report, but with more detailed information on each payment.
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