Portfolio Accounting

Woodfield has experience with a wide variety of financial instruments, including:

  • equities
  • options
  • corporate bonds
  • U.S. and non-U.S. government debt and repos
  • CMOs
  • mortgage backed securities and asset-backed securities
  • futures and futures options
  • foreign exchange trading
  • cash contracts
  • derivatives and derivative options
  • private securities
  • and more

Investment data may be accounted for on a transactional level or aggregate basis. When tracked on a transactional level, reports include:

  • Position listing
  • Closed position report
  • Performance reports (with varying levels of detail)
  • Transaction ledger
  • Other reports based on individual user needs

All reports can be produced at the master fund level or for any sub-fund or group of sub-funds.

We will capture trades and positions from the prime broker and from your fund’s trade desk (trade blotter) and reconcile all trades to ensure the correct set of trades is incorporated into the daily/weekly/monthly processing to determine the NAV price for the fund.

Woodfield uses several independent pricing sources to value your fund’s portfolio, electronically extracting pricing feeds for the underlying securities from various data vendors.

We load these independent prices into Woodfield’s fully integrated, state-of-the art, fund accounting system and reconcile them to the prime broker’s prices. Discrepancies are identified for research and resolution, and the revalued portfolio becomes the basis for the accounting.

We will accrue for all dividends (cash and stock), stock splits, mergers and acquisitions, and other corporate actions.

We can provide the fund with a daily or weekly performance estimate. Following Trade Capture and Reconciliation procedures, Woodfield imports the trading performance, along with standard daily accruals and bank activity, into the Accounting/Investor Allocation system. Any discrepancies are researched and resolved.


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