Quarisma Finance makes asset manager’s life easier by providing:
Quarisma Finance computes and gathers all risk indicators needed to comply with regulatory requirements (UCITS, AIFM, P/F form…) in standard reports. Risk managers can also create their own custom reports to communicate internally or to investors.
Because risk management is not just about studying static reports or calculating one global risk figure for the whole fund, Quarisma Finance allows risk managers to be proactive by understanding precisely where the risk is coming from.
Small structures like boutique Hedge Funds don’t always have enough time, money and employees to implement large IT projects. As a consequence, at Quarisma Finance, we offer a cloud based risk management solution, up and ready to use without any implementation requirements.
Quarisma Finance allows risk managers to be proactive by understanding precisely where the risk is coming from, because risk management is not just about studying static reports.
Thanks to its real-time computation methodology, Quarisma Finance has always been a risk management solution praised by risk managers and fund managers. Our vision of proactive risk management illustrates the fact that risk management should not only be about filling a regulatory form but needs to be an actual concern across asset management companies.
Quarisma Finance offers fund managers the tools they need to smoothly manage their funds under risk constraints like in a risk parity fund for instance. In addition, because maximizing performance is a common concern among fund managers (and their investors), Quarisma Finance Portfolio Optimizer lets them optimize their funds while complying with their risk management strategy.
When managing funds of funds, two complementary types of risk analysis can be run: a position-based analysis (when you know the composition of the underlying funds) and a return-based analysis (baIndeed, running a position-based risk analysis cannot disclose the whole information on the fund but only gives you a snapshot of the risk at a given point in time. Return-based analysis however is the method of choice in order to capture the fund manager’s behavior and the long-term risk of the fund. This is why we firmly believe that these two methodologies are complementary.