According to an S&P announcement, it will now have the capability of offering a range of separate account analyses through an agreement with Prima Capital, an investment research and technology company.
S&P’s separately managed account application, powered by Prima Capital, will classify, evaluate and rank over 250 US money mangers running over 400 products. In addition, the application will offer:
- in-depth managed account reports
- screening tools
- monitoring mechanisms
- product comparisons
The separate account application is set for rollout in the first quarter of 2004 and will appear as a module on Advisor Insight – Standard & Poor’s product suite for investment advisors and brokers, the announcement said.
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