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Hierarchy of Entities on Engage
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Family: Connect two or more relationships together - Look at multiple Relationships together as a whole Family.


RelationshipYour main hub of information within your CRM, relating all the other objects together in one place. Here, you can link Contacts, Portfolios, Financial Accounts, and Legal Entities together so you can get a holistic picture of your clients.

       Note - in CRM speak, this is generally known as the Account object


Portfolios: Collection of Legal Entities and/or Financial Accounts grouped together, based on common traits, like risk tolerance, ownership stake, or reporting needs


Investment Policy Statement: A contractual agreement between financial advisors and clients to "manage a portfolio" in the context of an asset allocation framework, usually given explicit risk and return objectives and time horizon, liquidity, taxation, and special constraints - Track the highlights of a client's IPS for quick reference.


Model: Asset allocation (or Target) framework used by financial advisors to streamline investment management by risk-return profile


Legal EntitiesSpecific legal titles, usually with a unique "Tax ID", used to denote ownership and control claims


Financial Accounts: Custody or non-custody shell accounts used to consolidate individual holdings


Financial AssetsCustody or non-custody individual holding of a tangible/intangible piece of property  


Financial LiabilitiesCustody or non-custody holdings of tangible or intangible assets (i.e. real estate, collectibles)


ContactsAn individual person - either Relationship Members, Professional Contacts, Prospects/Leads, etc.

     Note - Multiple Contacts can be associated with a Relationship, however for each Relationship, there can only be one 'Primary Contact' 


Companies: A company with whom you do business, or a record of your client's employers


Investment Managers: Track the Investment Managers with whom your firm works. An investment manager may handle all activities associated with the management of client portfolios, from day-to-day buying and selling of securities to portfolio monitoring, transaction settlement, etc


Investment Vehicles: Easily track the Investment Vehicles in which your clients invest


Asset Allocation: A junction entity that allows you to see what Investment Vehicles ascribe to a specific Model


Workflows: Workflows are multistep, repeatable processes that are organized and tracked in your CRM. Generally, a Workflow is made up of a list of tasks, approvals, and/or checklists.


Tasks: Part of a Workflow, the action times required to complete the process - Can be assigned to individuals or team queues


ActivitiesCalls, Tasks, Events, & Emails

     Calls - The easiest way to record notes from a call with a Contact or Relationship

     Tasks - To-do's or specific actions to accomplish

     Events - A calendar appointment scheduled in your CRM, or synced with your email (Outlook or Google)

     Email - Email messages sent or received, related to Relationships & Contacts from Outlook or Google


InTouch (Service Level): Define & assign touchpoint frequencies for Relationships, Distribution Channels/Teams and New Business records - Automations will let you know when you need to get in touch again!


Addresses: Easily manage multiple addresses for the same Relationship or Contact


Opportunities:  Track prospective business for new or existing clients 


Events: Campaign management object for lead generation


LeadsUnqualified contacts for new business opportunities


Important Information: Consolidated note object to highlight events/relevant information about a relationship: (pending divorce, litigation, key life events, etc.) 


Compliance: legacy object module for DIY compliance monitoring, adherence, and recordkeeping w/in CRM.  Please note that CRMs are WORM compliant and as such, without material configuration changes, not SEC 17a-4 complaint.


 

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