Sample Report Table of Contents
Our all-inclusive Report gives you a
well-ordered, complete, and timely picture of your entire
portfolio...from investments to insurance to trusts....it's all there
in one report presented clearly and concisely. A sample of what this
report includes is provided in the following annotated Table of
Asset Allocation Pie Chart
• In a single picture you are able to
see the relative size and percentage of each investment class.
• It provides you with a clear and
easily decipherable display of where your assets are.
Consolidated Balance Sheet
• Just as holding companies want to
see a consolidation of all subsidiaries, so you need to have a picture
of your total Balance Sheet as well as the components that comprise the
• The Balance Sheet details such items
Assets, Liabilities, Future Commitments, and Contingent Liabilities
All of the above by type (Cash, Fixed Income, Equity, etc)
• Everyone wants to be able to
identify and control the direction if income and expenses. The Cash
Flow report enables you to see where money is coming from and going to
in all entities, thereby enabling you to make more informed spending
and saving decisions.
• Your monthly cash flow (with
quarterly sub-totals) identified by source, such as:
Operating Activities with individual components listed
Investment Activities with individual investments listed
Other Activities as applicable
• Are your managers all performing as
expected? Are some poor performers hiding in the summary? The
Comparative Performance Report enables to you quickly see who is
working for you and who isn't.
• A report listing each Investment
manager and their performance:
Year to Date
Inception to Date
Individual Investment Manager Reports
• With the multitude of investments
you hold, it is not easy to keep track of what is where and with whom
on a detailed level.
• The Individual Investment Manager
Reports detail individual investments by manager with respect to:
Market Value, Gain/Loss, and Remaining Commitment.
Real time accounting of all Capital gains and losses