According to NAB Asset Servicing's executive general manager, John Comito, the addition of the new platform is part of NAB’s move to introduce “innovative and industry-leading technology”.
“Our clients will be able to access more information than ever before through this integrated performance and risk product,” he said.
Mr Comito added that the introduction of the platform would enable users to “look through their investment structure in detail” and that the additional information provided through the platform would assist “investment decision making processes”.
The current analytics platform will remain in use until a period of transition to StatPro Revolution is complete.
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