Infront adds global mutual funds coverage to its multi-asset market information and analytics terminal
Provides a uniquely in-depth view of funds and their underlying assets
Infront today announced the addition of global mutual funds data to its popular market information and analytics terminal. Tightly integrated with equities, commodities, fixed income and FX data already in the Infront terminal, this new fund data and related search and visualization tools provide a powerful multi-asset solution for investors who seek a complete picture of mutual funds and their underlying assets.
This latest release of the Infront terminal is available for trial.
Fully-fledged funds solution
The Infront terminal now includes the full breadth of global mutual funds data from leading provider Morningstar. Visualized in new funds overview pages unique to Infront, users can quickly view all relevant fund data including performance, risk profile and the fund’s position in terms of the reference index and category. Key Investor Information Documents (KIID) for each issuer are also available at a click.
An overview of top holdings and asset allocation by classes, regions and sectors combined with Infront fundamental data and estimates allow users to perform in-depth analysis on the instrument level.
A powerful new search tool enables users to quickly search for and filter funds by criteria such as issuer, country, regions invested, fund type and style as well as rating and risk level.
A uniquely multi-asset perspective
This new mutual fund solution is tightly integrated with the equities, fixed income, commodities, FX and other data already available in the Infront terminal. This wealth of real-time prices and fundamental data give users an especially deep and comprehensive picture of a fund and its underlying assets.
“The addition of global mutual fund data to the Infront terminal provides a great deal of added value to Infront users,” comments Infront CEO Kristian Nesbak. “Combined with the real-time, delayed and historical data already available in the terminal, users can gain a degree of insight typically available only in the highest-end solutions.”