NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.
Feb. 5, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- ATA RiskStation™, a newly launched provider of risk-reporting services for funds and investors, announced the completion of Soteira Capital's set up on ATA RiskStation™, a new web-based risk reporting service providing a comprehensive daily review of risk exposures across managed portfolios and positions.
"We are both delighted and honored to be selected by Soteira Capital to provide their team with additional daily risk reporting and the power of our interactive time-series engine. Our proprietary risk system fills a clear market gap for cost-effective but comprehensive risk modeling," said
, a thirty-year veteran of the alternative investments industry and ATA RiskStation's founder. "Our core premise is that no single measure of risk is perfect or reliably models downside exposure in all market conditions and for all portfolio types."
The service offers clients the ability to set up highly customized risk scenarios that use a variety of Value at Risk ("VaR") and stress testing models. In addition, for each model, clients can define a broad range of associated inputs or parameter sets.
Soteira Capital's investment committee said, "While we continue to maintain our own internal proprietary risk tools to support our trading and position sizing, we find the ATA RiskStation™ graphic reporting format incredibly intuitive and helpful for gaining and visualizing varying scenarios and potential threats. With ATA RiskStation's highly customizable VaR and Stress Testing options, we are able to configure the platform to precisely focus on the models, parameters and risk drivers that are relevant to us."
"The unique time-series engine is a powerful feature that permits us to interactively review patterns over time in our risk profiles across portfolios, models and parameter settings. The cloud-based configuration of ATA RiskStation™ means that we can count on reliably receiving comprehensive and timely daily risk reporting without supporting one more software application in-house or distracting our team from the core mission of serving our clients."