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List of funds pane

The list of funds in the center of the screen shows your funds and their share classes in a tree structure. Use it to get an overview of your funds and their NAV calculation status, calculate and accept NAV.


Fund group selection

The Fund group dropdown at the top of the fund list lets you choose a fund group to view. This dropdown shows the fund portfolio groups that have a code starting with “FAFUND”. Learn more about setting up portfolio groups in the FA Back reference: Group view.

Funds and share classes in the list

Fund share classes are shown under each fund in the list. To add a fund, click the Add fund button at the top-right and fill in the fields in the Fund wizard. To add a share class, click edit.png in the Fund details pane on the right and fill in the fields in the Share class wizard.

Table columns


Portfolio ID for funds and Security code for share classes.


NAV calculation status that indicates if you should calculate NAV for the fund today. Lean more about the statuses in the Workflows and NAV statuses section.

If there are any errors, you can see the errors.png icon next to the fund status. To view the errors, hover the mouse over the icon. To find out the error details, go to the audit log in the Fund details pane: Fund settings and logs.

Next NAV

The date for which you should calculate and accept NAV next. NAV date may differ from the calculation date – the date when you should do the calculation.

For example, you might calculate NAV for the last day of the month (for example, 31.1) on the first day of the next month (for example, 1.2). When you log in on 1.2 your fund status would be “pending NAV”, but the next NAV date would show 31.1.

The date switches to the next one in the schedule as soon as you accept the calculated NAV.

Latest NAV

The latest date for which you calculated and accepted NAV. You can see the corresponding NAV values on the share class level in the list.

Order count

Total number of outstanding trade orders on the fund level and for each share class. The number is based on the trade orders marked as executable in FA Back. To learn more about entering trade orders for the fund, see FA Back Reference.

Order value

Value of outstanding trade orders. The calculation depends on how you the trade order was entered in FA Back:

  • If the trade orders are based on the trade amount, Order value shows total net value. It is shown on the share class level and on the fund level, if all fund share classes are in the same currency.

  • If the trade orders are based on the number of units, Order value shows total number estimated with latest NAV: Order_value=Number_of_unitsLatest_NAVOrder_value=Number_of_units\cdotLatest_NAV


Fund or share class currency.

Questions about the List of funds

I set a share class status "passive" in FA Back. Why is it still shown in the funds list?

The list shows all fund’s share classes, regardless, for example, of their status.

I can't see the fund group selection. Why?

This means that you have only one group defined in FA Back or that you have permissions to view only one group of funds.