Investors, consultants and hedge fund managers are now able to conduct sophisticated risk analysis and generate reports on hedge funds' performance and risk via a native iOS Risk-AI Fusion app.
Risk-AI FusionŽ is the first ever, practical software for risk analysis of hedge funds for iPadŽ. The application provides users with a rich set of tools previously available only on desktop or web-based platforms.
"Risk-AI Fusion breaks the dependence on desktop / laptop paradigm and enables investors, consultants and fund managers to conduct sophisticated risk analysis of their investments from any location. The App is built based on our practical experience of analyzing hedge funds and uses the same methodology as our award-winning cloud software." said
The App is available free of charge to all users, however, certain premium features require nominal monthly subscription fees.
Common scenarios of using the App include:
1. Analysis of hedge fund information at networking events or investment / capital introduction conferences. (Hedge fund data can be entered on the fly).
2. Using performance and risk analysis for questions during investment due diligence meetings.
3. Creating and exporting custom reports for meetings with potential or current investors.
Risk-AI works with several major hedge fund data providers and can enable App users' access to their hedge fund data subscriptions via the App.
Additional features, including portfolio level analysis, are scheduled to be released by the end of the third quarter of 2014.
For more information on Risk-AI FusionŽ please visit http://www.Risk-AI.com
To download the free App please follow this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/risk-ai-fusion/id829846040?ls=1&mt=8
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