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CPO/PQR


CPO/PQR is a reporting requirement adopted by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the National Futures Association (NFA).   The filing requirement coincides with the industry trend of more in-depth and complex reporting demands regarding manager, portfolio and risk information of a fund.   The new data and risk reporting requirements of the filing affect registered Commodity Pool Operators, who are required to file either quarterly or annually depending on the size and type of the adviser.  North Street Global Fund Services provides clients with complete and cost-effective reporting services to fully meet the distinct risk and data requirements for CPO/PQR reporting.

Key Service Features:

  • Complete Solution – Fully meet all of a fund’s CPO/PQR challenges and requirements
  • Most Cost-Effective – North Street Global Fund Services CPO/PQR solution is superior and less expensive than an in-house effort or any external vendor solution
  • Extensive Risk Experience – Seasoned team of risk management practitioners with 25+ years of experience
  • Leading Regulatory Reporting Software – We utilize leading regulatory reporting software to aggregate data and produce CPO/PQR report (XML upload file)
  • Leading Risk Systems – We utilize leading risk software to produce answers for complex risk calculations of CPO/PQR such as:
                - Value-at-Risk (VaR) 
                - Counterparty risk
                - Duration risk 
                - Liquidity risk
                - Stress Tests

  • Regulatory Interpretation/Assumptions – Guidance on interpretation, assumptions and methodologies of CPO/PQR questions
  • Regulatory Audit Trail – Development and/or enhancement of fund’s CPO/PQR “Bible” (i.e. CPO/PQR policies, procedures and regulatory audit trail)
  • Independent Review and Check – evaluation, review and check of a fund’s filing before submission to the CFTC to ensure there are no “red flags”