Once you’ve uploaded your investment objectives into Compliance your team now has the data needed to search, sort, and filter through thousands of accounts. With the Alignment Drift Setting, you can adjust how far an account needs to drift before it is considered out of alignment.
Setting Alignment Drift
To get started with Alignment Drift, you’ll need to navigate to the menu in the top right corner and select MENU > SETTINGS.
From here, you can scroll down to Risk Alignment Drift.
By default, an account is considered out of alignment if it is at least one Risk Number outside of its investment objective range. With the Alignment Drift Setting, you can adjust how far an account needs to drift before you consider it to be truly out of alignment.
For example, if you only want a “Too High” red status or a “Too Low” yellow status to render when an account is at least 5 points drifted, then any account between 1 - 4 points drifted will show an “Aligned” green status and be filtered accordingly. You can also set different drifts for what you consider “Too High” vs. what you consider “Too Low.”
Once you’ve made your edits to the threshold number, click SAVE CHANGES and ensure that you see the success message.
Note: Changes to drift settings will appear in the table view on the next business day, once new account data has arrived. Changes to the Risk Alignment Drift will also apply to all advisor's clients/portfolios and be reflected in their client list immediately.
For additional questions on Compliance or the Alignment Drift Setting, please reach out to our team at email@example.com.