An end-to-end solution for manager searches

Add to your long list from a roster of elite managers, filter for investment skill, and deepen your due diligence with analysis of over 400 types of investment decisions. Inalytics allow asset owners to perform searches with:


At every stage, Inalytics’ analysis of each portfolio means asset owners can be sure they’ve screened for the most appropriate, skilful managers, which meet all their requirements.


With the ability to process hundreds of portfolios in weeks, it’s quicker and easier to survey the broadest possible range of managers, and when it’s backed by Inalytics’ industry leading analysis, skill can be assessed on a consistent, unbiased basis.


Outsourcing data procurement, processing and analysis means the time between mandate and investment is cut down.

A substantial improvement in process, with significant cost savings.

By utilising the latest technology and economies of scale, Inalytics is able to offer this best of breed solution to asset owners with the option of paying no fee at all.*


of CIOS said they expect an increase in their number of manager relationships in 2021, compared to 30% in 2020. - Top1000Funds 2021 CIO Survey**


of CIOs cited reducing costs as “important” compared to 61 per cent in 2020. - Top1000Funds 2021 CIO Survey**

“We hadn’t used decision level analytics before but found it highly insightful.”

Our Service

Understand the Client’s objectives

Bespoke reporting requirements

Determine the universe of managers

Inalytics contacts managers, cleans and processes data

Summary of the universe using Decsis framework

Alpha, style and exposure characteristics and comparison

High level report on manager and universe characteristics

Access to online reporting

Detailed analysis of the shortlisted managers using Criteria for Success framework

Focus on the trading and decision making characteristics

Detailed bespoke report ranking each manager with DECSIS

Final call and engagement on key questions to ask each manager

Strengths and weaknesses of each manager’s decision making and investment process