Fund Accounting - Automated Pooling: Pooling is a term applied to two or more funds (typically sub-funds of an umbrella fund). It entails the pooling of fund assets in investment accounts for administrative purposes. Its purpose is to reduce market transaction costs and also to reduce operational costs associated with the investment management process. The investment accounts or pools are non-legal entities and are established purely for efficiency gains. Automated Pooling refers to a service provider's ability at each NAV calculation to, inter alia, reflect the position of the underlying assets at both the investment pool and fund level, to automatically update pool performance at fund level and to automatically produce "look through" profit and loss accounts at fund level which reflect the relevant proportion of income, expenses and gain/losses of the underlying pools.

relating to Fund Services:

Fund Accounting - FX Swaps Independently Valued
Fund Accounting - Real-time Valuations
Fund Accounting - Fund of Hedge Fund Valuations
Fund Accounting - Intra-day Valuations
Fund Accounting - Forwards Independently Valued
Fund Accounting - NAV Reports to Client's Schedule
Fund Accounting - Interest Rate Swaps Independently Valued
Fund Accounting - Fund Unit Pricing
Fund Accounting - Daily Valuations
Fund Accounting - Futures Independently Valued
Fund Accounting - Client's Own Pricing Source
Fund Accounting
Fund Accounting - Hedge Fund Valuations
Fund Accounting - Multiple Share Class
Fund Accounting - Multiple Pricing Sources
Fund Accounting - Fund Accounting
Fund Accounting - Options Independently Valued

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