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Masterfund Onboarding with FundDesigner

A German Big-4 Asset Manager manages fund onboarding workflows with FundDesigner

Efficient and transparent fund onboarding workflows

FundDesigner coordinates the collaboration of 19 departments in complex onboarding workflows. Live-status of current, upcoming and overdue tasks is available to all involved departments and individuals, including active and prompt notification about their participation.

Out-of-the-box status management and capacity planning

Process transparency is of course also available on fund level across all segments/sleeves. Critical paths of single workflows are obvious at all times to the responsible institutional Client Relationship Manager and the Client Service Team. Dashboards and live-status across all onboarding workflows are available to the Head of institutional CRM. Everyone involved uses dashboards to plan capacities for the coming weeks and months.

Taylor-made workflow configuration

A masterfund with e.g. 3 segments/sleeves requires – depending on the requirements of the investor – up to 350 tasks to allow production readiness of the fund in the asset management systems of the KVG and the outsourcing partners. The optional contribution in kind of a segment can, for example, require up to 30 additional tasks, the onboarding of a new external asset manager up to 40 tasks. The tailoring of the workflows implemented in FundDesigner then results from the individual processes, responsibilities and the organizational structure of the KVG as well as taking into account the external partners and the asset management systems of the KVG.

Assset Management domain models are key to automation

FondsDesigner Asset Management domain models allow automated provision of fund data to the downstream asset management systems – whenever the target systems allow it.

Documents and fund contracts – a natural result along well organised workflows

FondsDesigner supports contract management by generating the components of the fund contract for investment guidelines and fees at fund and investor level.


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