NAB Asset Servicing selects StatPro Revolution for performance measurement



NAB Asset Servicing today announced it has selected StatPro Revolution as its new performance and risk analytics reporting platform.

Executive General Manager, NAB Asset Servicing, John Comito, said the selection of StatPro is another example of how NAB is incorporating innovative and industry-leading technology to address the changing needs of clients.

“Our clients will be able to access more information than ever before through this integrated performance and risk product,” Mr Comito said.

“The StatPro Revolution platform not only represents the next generation of analytics software, but also enables daily online access to performance and risk analytics. This will enable clients to better manage their investment portfolio with up-to-date information, which is critical in today’s challenging economic environment.

“For example, clients will now be able to look through their investment structure in detail, including looking at unitised trusts, multiple performance attribution models, scenario stress testing and APRA’s Standard Risk Measure.

“NAB’s extensive expertise and local regulatory knowledge in Australia, coupled with StatPro’s award-winning analytics product will enable our clients to support their investment decision making processes with confidence,” Mr Comito said.

StatPro CEO, Justin Wheatley said: “NAB Asset Servicing wants to offer their clients the best possible service for portfolio analytics in the fastest and most scalable way, while maximizing their control over the data to ensure full compliance. We believe that StatPro Revolution, with its state of the art cloud technology, can meet their expectations, and we look forward to working closely with them.”

StatPro’s appointment will take effect following a period of transitional work. In the meantime, NAB will continue to deliver performance and risk analytics services to its clients using its existing provider.

About NAB Asset Servicing

Asset Servicing, part of NAB’s Product and Markets division, is the largest custodian in the Australian market, and provides custody, master custody, investment administration and other related services to a range of locally and internationally domiciled clients. These include government agencies, investment managers, superannuation funds, insurance companies and banks. NAB has provided domestic custody services since 1950 and global custody and investment administration services since 1975.

About StatPro

StatPro is a global provider of award winning portfolio analytics solutions for the investment community. The Group’s cloud-based platform provides vital analysis of portfolio performance, attribution, risk and compliance. This multi-asset class analytics platform helps StatPro’s clients increase assets under management, improve client service, meet tough regulations and reduce costs.

The Group has operations in Europe, North America, South Africa, Asia and Australia, with hundreds of clients in 38 countries around the world. Approximately 80% of recurring revenues are generated outside the UK. StatPro Group plc shares are listed on AIM in London.



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