More NewsSunGard Adds Credit Risk Analysis Capabilities to SGN

SunGard Adds Credit Risk Analysis Capabilities to SGN

SunGard has added credit risk analysis capabilities to its SunGard Global Network (SGN) short-term cash management portal, a global compliance, trading and research solution for institutional cash investors. Gathering fund data from Standard & Poor’s (S&P), Sector Treasury and Crane Data, the SGN portal’s risk analysis solution provides corporate treasurers with credit and counterparty data.

The SGN short-term cash management portal is a global, multi-fund trading platform that measures risk by providing aggregate, cross-asset counterparty and credit data from multiple data providers in a single location. This helps investors view funds’ underlying holdings by characteristics such as country, security type, credit rating or maturity structure on a consolidated basis across their entire portfolio.

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