Bring your Investment Program into focus with our comprehensive array of analytical capabilities and consultative services.
The demands on you have never been greater; assessing risk, monitoring compliance, evaluating performance, projecting trends and their potential impact. Northern Trust's Investment Risk and Analytical Services team offers a comprehensive menu of solutions, supported by powerful technology and delivered by experienced professionals. We can help you bring all of the details into focus so that your attention remains at the strategic program management level.
An extensive range of program design and implementation services helps you plan for the future. Forward looking risk management reporting captures changes in risk profiles quickly.
Market Risk Services help you to integrate advanced risk monitoring and measurement techniques. Understand your total plan-level market risk factors with:
Compliance Monitoring provides exceptions based testing on a daily basis to identify when portfolios are approaching or have breached your guideline limits. We provide multi-manager, multi-asset class post-trade compliance monitoring and exposure analysis.
Dashboard supports your breach management and reporting process.
Offers a flexible solution for your private equity reporting needs. As part of our long standing vendor partnership, clients have the option of utilizing specialized software.
Get a comprehensive view of your worldwide portfolio performance relative to your objectives. We provide analytical reporting in standard and custom, summary level overview and detailed formats. Fully customized, interactive dashboards allow you to view the data that is important to you:
Meet the needs of your board, committee and staff by comparing investment results and risks with policy goals and objectives. Note exceptions that may affect or have already affected an investment strategy.Pinpoint program elements that have the biggest impact on results. Track performance of those portfolios that may have deviated from expectations or guidelines.
Jon Dunham is a Senior Vice President in the Corporate & Institutional Group at Northern Trust - Chicago. He joined Northern Trust in March 2008 as Head of North American Asset Servicing Sales for institutional clients.
Jon is responsible for managing a diverse institutional sales team located in Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, and Toronto, covering the public fund, Taft-Hartley, not-for-profit, large corporate, insurance, investment manager, multinational, and middle market segments. Jon's focus is solutions-based new business development. He is an industry veteran, with over 20 years' experience in client service and business and product development.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Jon served in various executive and lead business development roles at Bank of New York Mellon Corporation. Most recently, he served as National Sales and Marketing Director for the asset servicing sector. Before that, Jon held several senior positions in market segment sales, new business development, and product management.
Jon attended the University of Pittsburgh and began his career in management and sales for a retail consumer goods firm. Jon currently participates on several national organizations that focus on the financial services industry.
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