Management Platform

The Gaia Portfolio Asset Management system offers a comprehensive vision of the assets under management, providing the asset manager with spot, performance and risk indices, at the global level, and for each asset in position.

Custom analysis tools

Gaia provides the manager with custom-made views of his or her assets under management and provides simple tools to customize this view. This way, the manager only sees data and indicators that are useful for him or her to make the right decisions. This status report can be produced in real time, with a live recalculation of the various indices, or at a past date.

Multi-criteria analysis

Gaia lets the asset manager split his or her inventory according to a set of criteria that he or she will have defined, and regroup each category. An inventory can be defined as a portfolio, a group of portfolio or a subset of portfolio. Gaia then provides spot, performance and risk indices on those groups, allowing the manager to appreciate the major trends affecting his or her portfolios.

Look-trough Inventory

Gaia looks through portfolios under management and external portfolios too, provided that their inventories are available. This gives a sharper analysis of the underlying risk and performance, via a recalculation of the global indices taking this look through process into account.

Transaction Simulations

The transaction simulation module in Gaia allows the asset manager to see the impact of an operation or of a simulated inventory on the performance, the risk, the cash flow and on the live stacks of transactions within the portfolio (FIFO or LIFO). If the simulation is considered to be satisfactory it can be transformed into an order or a transaction.

Market Scenarios

Gaia allows the asset manager to simulate upward or downward shifts in interest rate and yield curves and visualize their impact on the performance and risk of the fund, and of each components of this fund too.


The Modeling tools within Gaia allow for the rebalancing of a portfolio so that its inventory aligns itself with a benchmark, a model portfolio or a predefined allotment. This rebalancing will generate simulations, orders or transactions based on the wishes of the portfolio manager.