Data and Innovation

Private Markets: Technology Is Leading the Way Forward

We connected with industry leaders to discuss the future of private market funds.

November 2020

Converging business models, and diversification into different asset classes and geographies, have increased the complexity of private markets fund operations.

With asset valuations and dry powder at their highest levels in years, general partners are aggressively competing for attractive deals. Technology is a critical factor helping firms simplify day-to-day operations and provide a holistic view of a fund’s lifecycle while stripping out complexities. Yet many are relying on outdated legacy systems and processes.

Over the last couple of years, there has been a growing emphasis on data. To dig deeper into the importance of embracing a technology-first approach, Jen Tribush our global head of alternatives product, connected with Tim Buchner, co-founder of Mercatus, and Jonathan Balkin, founder of the Balkin Group, to discuss the future of private markets.

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