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New software release from AlternativeSoft

Monday, September 10, 2012

Laurent Favre
Opalesque Industry Update- AlternativeSoft, provider of world class analytics for manager research and portfolio construction in the alternative and long only markets, announced its new major software release for 2012, AlternativeSoft 3.0. The firm who is renowned for its robust quantitative models, high quality customer service and reporting has again attracted great attention from the investment community.

This time around in addition to its best-selling ‘Asset Selection’ and ‘Portfolio Construction’modules, AlternativeSoft boasts a host of new features including 1) Fund Duplication Removal in Database Management, 2) Due Diligence and Document Management, 3) Advanced Liquidity Analysis, 4) Style analysis using the Kalman Filter with jumps (First Worldwide), 5) Optimization with Black-Litterman, 6) Portfolio Construction with Equal Contribution to Volatility and much more.

According to Laurent Favre, CEO at AlternativeSoft, “During 2012, we have been working hard to advance and enrich the software’s features and capabilities. We have responded to client needs and requests to increase our value proposition to clients. The new software is also easier to use than ever before. We believe that our clients will definitely benefit from integrating many of the steps of their investment process into our software’s practically developed user interface. In the next year we will continue to develop our offering to long only and alternative investors whilst continuing to build on our strong relationships with third parties.”

The first half of 2012 has proven to be prosperous for AlternativeSoft who have seen the largest worldwide managed account, sovereign wealth funds and institutional investors choose the AlternativeSoft platform for their portfolio construction.

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