Financial definitions

In Overview

Net Value: The value that is left after subtracting liabilities from assets.

Amount Invested: The total amount invested in assets.

Performance Since Inception: The performance of the portfolio since inception.

Cash Available: The amount of cash in the portfolio - the amount that is not invested.

Performance Year to date: The annual performance of the portfolio.

Strategy: If you set a strategy for your portfolio, the name of the strategy will appear. If not, 'None' will appear.
To learn more about what is a strategy and how to create one, check the article 'Strategy'.

Advised Contact: The contact attributed to the portfolio.
You can change the Advised Contact:
Click on Actions, then Edit
Click on Advised Contact and select another Advised Contact
If you change the Advised Contact, it will change the Appropriateness.

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Mandate Type: The type of mandate of the portfolio. The mandate type refers to a specific portfolio management style. For example, the Mandate Type can be 'Advisory Active', which means that an active advisor manages the portfolio.
You can add or modify the Mandate Type:
Click on Actions, then Edit
Click on Details
Put the Mandate Type

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If you click on Show all, you can access the details of the portfolio:

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Portfolio currency: The reference currency of the portfolio, ie EUR, USD...

Acceptable drift: The drift is an indicator for the deviation of the portfolio's holdings from their target weightings. The acceptable drift is then the acceptable deviation of the portfolio's holdings from their target weightings. For example, the acceptable drift can be 5%.
A higher or a lower value means there is a larger deviation from the portfolio's actual weighting so it could be the time to rebalance the portfolio.

You can modify the Acceptable Drift:
Click on Actions, then Edit
Modify the Acceptable Drift

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Custodian: The Custodian is the financial institution that holds a customer's securities for safekeeping to minimize the risk of theft or loss. The Custodian is Avaloq.

For each security:

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ISIN: International Securities Identification Number. It is a 12-digit alphanumeric code that uniquely identifies a specific security

Last Price: The current security price

Cost Price: The price at which the security was purchased

ROI: Return On Investment. It is a financial ratio used to calculate the benefit the investor will receive in relation to the investment cost

Quantity: The quantity of security purchased

Amount: The total amount allocated in the position, in the reference currency of the portfolio

Allocation: The proportion of the position in the portfolio in %

In the Portfolio Statement PDF, other information are available for each security:

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Market Value: how much an asset or company is worth in a financial market.

Forex at Purchase:

Forex end of the day:

Unrealized Profit and Loss: the pending profit or loss of your position

Maturity Date: the moment in time when the principal of a fixed income instrument must be repaid to an investor.

Updated on: 11/07/2022