Clearwater, Dell to Present at AFP 2011 in Boston31-Oct-2011
“Corporate Cash is King” to Examine Investment Trends and Risk Management Strategies
BOISE, ID – OCTOBER 31, 2011 — Clearwater Analytics, the leading provider of web-based investment accounting and reporting solutions for institutional investors, will join Dell Inc. as a session presenter at this year’s Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) Annual Conference from November 6 - 8, 2011 in Boston, MA.
The session, entitled “Corporate Cash is King,” will examine how companies focus on safety of principle, liquidity and yield without sacrificing diversification, transparency and control in a new investment environment. Chris Growney, CFA and Founding Partner at Clearwater will be joined by Pedro Andrade, CFA and Investment Manager at Dell Inc.
“AFP offers us an ideal forum to reach corporate investment professionals with concerns about the accounting, compliance, performance and risk reporting for their investment portfolios,” said Growney. “By some accounts, US companies are sitting on $2 trillion in cash at home and abroad. Interest rates are now destined to stay at historic lows for the near to intermediate term and money market funds (MMFs) are increasingly viewed with suspicion. We will look at what companies are doing with regard to managing the risk in their portfolio within a very conservative investment environment.”
“Corporate Cash is King”
Date: November 7, 2011
Time: 10:30am – 11:45am EST
Venue: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Room #151
Clearwater has also scheduled additional, major announcements to coincide with the annual conference, and will also be unveiling its new brand identity at the event. Visit Clearwater in booth #1434 for more information.
About Clearwater Analytics
Clearwater Analytics® provides web-based, investment portfolio reporting and analytics for institutional investors, investment managers and custody banks. Launched in 2004, with offices in New York City and Boise, Idaho, Clearwater Analytics reports on more than $650 billion in assets for more than 4,500 institutional investors worldwide.