Investran’s Iaslovits joins Anduin
Silicon Valley technology company Anduin Transactions has appointed Investran’s co-founder Lauren Iaslovits as an industry adviser.
Anduin offers tools for fund managers to manage the lifecycle of their investors in an efficient and LP-friendly manner. The platform’s data room and fund subscription products enable fund managers to market their strategies to prospective LPs and onboard them to their funds.
With two decades of experience, Iaslovits made a name for herself in the private markets industry through founding Investran. She later sold the business to SunGard in 2004, which is now part of FIS, and worked as COO of their PE technology group between 2009 and 2015.
In her new role, Iaslovits will provide guidance on Anduin’s product roadmap as the company aims to become the singular platform for fund managers and their LPs to interface with one another. She also joins current Anduin adviser Jeffrey Geland.
“After experiencing first hand what the fundraising process entails, and the pain points fund managers have to deal with, I jumped at the opportunity to strategically advise Anduin as it continues to develop its product suite to support the entire fund operations process,” said Iaslovits. “Anduin is not only focused on solving the challenges faced by administrators and investors, but it also elevates the entire fundraising experience. This will become even more critical as the private market continues its high-growth trajectory.”
Iaslovits has always remained part of the private markets industry providing her expertise to and backing other technology providers. Last month, she joined the seed funding round of fintech start-up LemonEdge. In January 2020, Iaslovits joined CEPRES’ board as special advisor.
The Drawdown caught up with her after her CEPRES appointment to discuss why she left Investran, what attracted her to join CEPRES as well as challenges she thinks tech providers will be facing in the coming years.