Gresham House claimed it would offer “a level of transparency on underlying private assets that is typically only seen in the public markets,” and include a secure platform for client communication.
Andy Hampshire, chief technology officer, was responsible for developing the system which the team hopes will differentiate them in the fiercely competitive industry.
“We understand that in addition to financial returns, investors are looking for greater transparency, more informed decision making in their co-investments and a higher level of engagement and communication,” Hampshire said.
“With the launch of this platform we believe that we are at the forefront of the alternative sector in formalising the co-investment process. We are executing a sophisticated technology strategy that not only meets the demands of clients but readies the Gresham House asset management’s digital era.”
Rupert Robinson, managing director, added: “Our goal was to provide a level of transparency that would allow clients to make better informed decisions at their discretion, and to set new industry standards on client reporting, particularly for private assets.”