Allvue launches LP solution
Allvue Systems has launched its Limited Partner Portfolio Management solution, designed to support investment decision capabilities for institutional investors.
Allvue’s LP solution claims to support investors’ ability to manage and analyse their alternative investments more efficiently. It centralises key investment related activities across multiple discretionary and co-mingled investments in a unified environment to support decision making while decreasing operational burden and continuity errors.
“LP’s increased allocation to private market assets, combined with this year’s unexpected market disruption and transition to remote work, has accelerated the need for solutions that provide better transparency to alternative investments and improved information processes,” said Mark Heimbouch, CEO of Allvue. “Our LP Portfolio Management solution was launched to meet these needs, providing a sophisticated and holistic platform that lets LPs map deals every step of the way and evaluate exposures and performance, enabling them to make better and quicker investment decisions.”
The LP solution simplifies data management through its document processing functionality, which analyses key data points from documents. The data system enables tracking of granular attributes, documentation and cash flows pertaining to investments across multiple private asset classes and investment types.
“Having spent most of my career working for large public and private pension plans across North America, I recognized that LPs were lacking a comprehensive, end-to-end tool to manage and track all of the data they receive from GPs,” said Paymun Saket, managing director at Allvue. “This theme has been augmented with the continued rise of private markets and increased complexities associated with exposure to private equity, credit, and other alternative asset classes. With the launch of our LP Portfolio Management platform, we will offer LPs the full, integrated suite of tools necessary to help meet their long-term investment goals.”