Fund Accounting

Tracking funds in multiple accounting bases, across different accounting periods, and with changing regulatory category treatments can be a massive operational challenge. SS&C’s solutions for fund accounting can flexibly meet your unique middle-to-back office fund accounting needs. With support for tasks from recording capital stock activity to income and expense accrual generation and ledger postings, our solutions streamline your operations and provide you with limitless customizability.


Complete flexibility
You can define your accounting period (e.g., daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.), decide how to apply month-end accruals over a weekend or define your own rules for how to accrue and allocate income, expenses and distributions. Capital stock activity by fund (e.g., subscriptions, redemptions, exchanges and reinvestments) can be easily captured through an automated feed of daily capital stock activity from the transfer agent or through customized processing.

Integrated real-time accounting ledger
Our integrated accounting ledger tracks funds in one or more accounting bases – and supports International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), local GAAP, Tax and Statutory Accounting. Ledger entries are automatically created and posted to the appropriate accounts based on pre-defined or custom posting rules.

Ability to easily strike a NAV
We allow you to strike a NAV at the total fund, share class, or sector level based on any user defined period set up for each fund. NAV calculations are inclusive of all income, expense, market value, distribution and allocation accruals.

Streamlined reporting
You also have the ability to create an unlimited number of customized reports or use standard reports including statement of operations, statement of net assets, statement of changes in net assets, working trial balance and cash ledger. Other fund processing reports include a NAV summary report, a capital stock activity report, and various exposure reports including fund of funds exposure reporting.