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Juno Markets Launch a Portfolio Manager MAM Platform

The system allows money managers the ability to electronically create Limited Power of Attorney (LPOA) and send digital copies to

Juno Markets, a recently established New-Zealand headquartered and Asia focused global brokerage, has announced the release of its Portfolio Manager, an advanced money management tool.

The new Juno Markets Portfolio Manager allows money managers the ability to electronically create Limited Power of Attorney (LPOA) and send digital copies to their clients to sign, thus eliminating the need for physically signed documents. Therefore, the entire account mapping system becomes automated, leading to quicker and more efficient processing times.

The system is designed so that both clients and money managers have the ability to add or remove their accounts from being managed in real-time. Clients can also get a comprehensive view of their account’s performance through a web-based interface either through mobile or desktop.

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Morten Fillipsen, Co-CEO of Juno Markets explains, “Most MAM systems restrict when an account can be added or removed from a money manager’s portfolio, usually during rollover. Juno Markets Portfolio Manager removes this restriction so clients can join at any time.”

The company says that the portfolio manager also provides several different fund management and allocation options for money managers depending on their strategy. Traders can choose between equity, lot, percentage and balance allocations, allowing managers to cater to specific client risk preferences.

“We’ve taken a look at the most used money management systems today and listened to the requests of our clients. We believe our Portfolio Manager allows money managers to have the most flexibility with how to manage accounts combined with intuitive performance information contained in a user friendly interface”, adds Co-CEO, Arthur Le.

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