Accelex and Finarch partner up on operational efficiency

by Matthias Plötz 11 September 2023

Accelex has partnered with Finarch to assist private market firms with optimising and streamlining their implementation processes, including portfolio monitoring, performance analytics, compliance management and data integration.

Accelex provides alternative investment data acquisition, reporting and analytics, while Finarch acts as a digital transformation partner for asset managers and LPs providing software solutions.

Kevin Jennings, director at Accelex, said the partnership’s aim is to “empower firms to achieve operational excellence, make data-driven decisions and drive sustainable growth”.

Finarch director Edward Wong added: “Together, we will empower our clients with innovative tools and insights to navigate market complexities, seize opportunities and drive operational efficiency.”


The Drawdown recently sat down with Accelex to discuss the potential of AI in the context of portfolio visibility.

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