Built on Investment Strategy Comparison Report, Detailed Investment Strategy Comparison Report further provides a detailed breakdown with an asset allocation of individual investments into each asset category. It brings the following benefits:
1. It allows users to easily tell how each of their investments is allocated to different asset categories in terms of value amount and percentage.
2. It assists users with a more smooth investment reconciliation process.
|From the Main Toolbar, go to Reports.||
How to prepare
To download an individual report in PDF, Word or Excel format:
- On the left-hand side of the Reports screen, Drag & Drop the Investment Strategy Comparison - Detailed from the Investment Reports list.
- Once the report has been dragged & dropped, select Options (to the right of the report).
- Select either Download PDF, Download Word or Download Excel.
You can also add this report to a Report Pack. See Reports for instructions.
How Asset Category is applied
There are two methods where users can manually update the asset category for an investment.
Method 1. System Tag
1. Navigate to Accounting from the Main Toolbar and select Chart of Accounts.
2. Select the sub-account of the investment by checking the box, then from the drop-down list under Tag as, select one of the asset categories. (e.g. Direct Property)
3. Select to finalise.
Method 2. Asset Allocation
1. Navigate to Investments from the Main toolbar and select Investment Security List.
2. Search for the security from the search bar to locate the security and select Edit.
3. Under Asset Allocation tab, select Add Allocation,
4. On the prompted page, key in a specific percentage for different asset categories (Note: the total needs to add up to 100%). Select Save to finalise and this asset allocation will be reflected in the Detailed Investment Strategy Comparison Report.
Note: Method 1 - System Tag from Chart of Accounts will take priority over Method 2 - Asset Allocation. As a result, the system tag will overwrite the asset allocation percentage where inconsistent.