IBOR Standards Working Group Paper
The Original IBOR Standards Working Group Paper, released in 2014, defines the modern Investment Book of Record (IBOR) requirements and definitions. It introduces the concept of "live extract" IBORs, which dynamically generate positions upon request without reliance on storing positions. The paper outlines the needs of potential users, focusing on enhancing data confidence across internal functions like the Front Office, to bolster investment decision-making and mitigate operational risk.
Understanding the difference between a front-to-back-office platform and an Investment Book of Record is crucial for asset managers to make the most informed investment decisions.
An Investment Book of Record can provide many benefits for an Asset Manager. We explore 5 business problem that a well-designed IBOR can solve, categorised in two areas.
Our article provides a comprehensive review of what the Investment Book of Record Global Standard is as well as detailing how the Limina IBOR compares.
Find out how an IBOR considers all lifecycle stages of all transaction types when building position views for both front, middle and back-office use cases.
In this article, we consider the second key parameter of transactions (and positions) in the context of an IBOR: time. Specifically, how a live extract IBOR can achieve enhanced portfolio views.
Are batch-based systems causing you headaches in the Front Office? We look at the challenges batch-based systems create for Asset Managers, particularly in the Front Office, and explore alternative approaches.
Discover why there are so many different Books of Record (BOR) in Asset Management and the differences between Investment Book of Record (IBOR), Accounting Book of Record (ABOR), Performance Book of Record (PBOR) and Custody Book of Record (CBOR).