Many investors today focus the bulk of their attention on gathering information and data when it comes to manager assessment. From reading through documentation (DDQs, supplement, financial statements, presentations etc) to the analysis of performance series, investors certainly have their work cut out. But is this approach solid, or is it just scratching the surface?
Edgefolio has started a new initiative and want to feature some of you in a series of interviews. It will be known as: “Edgefolio Spotlight”. This week we introduce Angus Cameron from PCS Capital.
The research examines big managers’ path to growth, providing a roadmap for all emerging and start-up managers as they make their way to $1bn AUM.
Read about what’s been going on behind the scenes at Edgefolio during September. From awards to feature updates – we give you a short overview of what we have been getting on with during this month’s newsletter.
We are very excited to announce that The Guardian Multi-Family Office is Edgefolio’s newest client, opening a new market in New Zealand.
The Auckland-based boutique, independently-owned wealth management and financial advisory firm, will be utilizing Edgefolio’s flagship product, FundPortal to administer market its SICAV Sub-Funds.
Our collaborative research with AIMA and GPP, “Making it Big” provides insights from larger, more established managers who blazed a trail in building a billion-dollar hedge fund business. The research examines their path to growth, providing a road map for all emerging and start-up managers.
Presenting: Engagement level of your prospects!
– We have all the data, how can we use it in the most efficient way?
– Is there a way to know who is a ‘hot’ prospect?
– I have more than 2000 Investors in my database, how can I prioritize?
– If I had time to focus only on 2 prospects, who should they be?
Many regard asset management as a traditional, slow-moving industry. Its reluctance to innovate has seen it trail other areas of finance, such as trading and retail banking, when it comes to the adoption of technology. But this is changing.