We have updated our static data to include new transactions codes to update a client account for reclaimed client payments and to apply client referral payments. When these transaction codes are used, they will be seen within the Portfolio Report Portfolio Report or Account Report.
When using model portfolio, the validation has been updated to ensure that the account can access the model. This means that we are able to ensure that the correct models are linked to the correct accounts.
In addition to the above we have also completed the following bugs:
Scopes are where you are able to grant specific feature access to users within your firm. We have built within the user creation screen the ability to assign these scopes in preparation for when the API is updated and fully supports this. You will see when using the Users, Model and Instruments scopes that this will control what users can access, update or instruct a rebalances.
We have updated the Investor UI to indicate to the client that bank details can be changed by their provider or adviser. This is to provide firms with the flexibility to complete their due diligence checks.
As part of our continued enhancement of the system, we have now updated the ability for a client with an adviser to accept an ISA declaration via the clients portfolio login. This makes the client account setup process much more efficient and the client is able to complete this electronically.
You are now able to access the master instruments list and your firms instruments list via the Professional Ui. Should you have the relevant scope, you are able to request instruments to be added to your firms instrument list using this feature.
Within our next sprint we will focus on making our pension integration live. The development we have planned across the next 2 sprints are:
If you have any questions or would like further detail on any of the above development please get in touch. Thanks
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