Create a Fund Statement Format


Written by Nick Miles

Last published at: July 19th, 2019

The purpose of a Fund Statement Format is to:

  • Indicate which sections you’ve pulled into your Fund Statement Template.
  • How you’d like the data associated with the fields sorted.
  • Indicate if you would like sub-funds to roll up into the master when using this format.

  1. Select Funds from the home page.
  2. Select Fund Statements.
  3. Select Formats.
  4. Click Create.
  5. Enter a Name for the fund statement format.
  6. Check the box next to Include YTD to include a year-to-date column in your fund statement template.
  7. Click the Template drop-down and select a Fund Statement Template.
    • Note:
      • Fund statement templates can be used in multiple formats.
  8. Check the box next to Default to make this the default format for funds that do not have a format defined.
    • Note:
      • Leave the box unchecked if you plan to upload multiple fund statement templates, and create unique formats for each one.
      • You can only have one Default. We recommend using the example fund statement as your default template.
  9. Check the box next to Include Sub-Funds to roll-up your sub funds (into the master fund) on your fund statement.
  10. Check the box next to Use Statement Accounts to apply your statement accounts to the fund statement format.
  11. Check the box next to Print Copy for Each Advisor to print fund statements for each advisor on the fund.
    • Note:
      • In the fund advisor record, statement type must be set to paper. If statement type is set to online, a paper statement will not generate for the fund advisor.
  12. Check the box(es) next to each section that you want to display in your fund statement.
    • Note:
      • The sections you choose should correlate with the merge fields in your fund statement template.
        • Example: If you used the {{/foreach distributions}} merge field in your template, you would select Distributions in the Sections list.
  13. Use the Sort by drop-down and Ascending/Descending buttons to define how each the section is sorted.
  14. Click Save.