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PORTMAN – Portfolio Management System

PORTMAN is a recognised portfolio management system that is used as a core system for Asset Management, Family Offices, Private Banking, Pension & Insurance and Bank Treasury departments.

PORTMAN is a standard system made up of integrated modules. PORTMAN supports front-to-back office procedures efficiently.

You can automate daily routines and integrate STP with depositary banks, data providers, trading platforms and ERP systems. You get an online overview of positions, asset allocation, yields, risk, etc. and a system that requires few resources to operate, maintain and upgrade. Our subscription-based model ensures the system gets regular updates.

PORTMAN allows reporting – to customers, management and the authorities – to be customised, or based on standard reports, mobile and desktop apps, and dashboards.

PORTMAN is available as SaaS/hosted or as a local installation.

“In contrast to many of the bigger alternatives, PORTMAN is a particularly open system. It is possible to see what is hidden beneath the bonnet, so to speak. Perhaps even more importantly, however, it is also possible to connect PORTMAN directly to PensionDanmark’s other systems."

Anders Bruun, CFO and with responsibility for funds reporting in PensionDanmark.

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Integrated modules

PORTMAN consists of dedicated integrated modules and features to support:

  • Order Management
  • Reconciliation
  • Rebalancing
  • Compliance
  • Collateral
  • Accounting
  • Risk Analysis
  • Fund Management
  • Alternative Investment Management
  • Fee Management


  • Hedge Management
  • Liquidity Management
  • Payment Administration
  • Performance
  • ESG
  • Mobile and desktop dashboard
  • Reporting
  • Authority reporting – in relation to:
    • Solvency II and IORP II
    • MiFIR/MiFID II
    • Basel III
    • National Statistics


PORTMAN is an open system that can be easily integrated with other systems and service providers:

Asset classes

PORTMAN supports the most prevalent asset classes:

  • Cash Instruments – such as Bonds, Shares and Funds including x-raying
  • Derivatives – such as Futures, Options, Forwards and SWAPs
  • Direct Loans
  • Cash Accounts
  • Alternative Investments
  • Security Financing Transactions – such as Repo and Securities Lending

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