Private Assets Module
The Private Assets module allows clients, or their family officers and advisors insert all of the details of their Private Assets. This results in a 360 overview of both bankable (listed) and non-bankable (non-listed) assets.
Enjoy a total overview of your wealth
By including all your non-listed private assets, you can combine this data with all your investment accounts and bankable financial data to have a complete 360-degree overview.
A Glance at the Benefits:
Include your non-listed assets in your consolidated investment reports:
A 360-degree overview of your wealth
By adding your private assets details, associated values and costs, you can have a clearer picture of what the total wealth is. These private assets can fall into any of the 10 categories.
- Real Estate
- Private Equity Funds
- Direct Investments
- Loan/ Debt
A Comprehensive way to Add, update and keep track of your Private Assets
An easy workflow allows you to create insights into your private assets.
One access point, one environment
Efficiently update all your (or a client's) private assets at any time. You or a colleague can save and continue entering information over time.
Secure Set Up & Storage
Store all your private assets data securely in your virtual private vault. So no more use of excel sheets saved on your laptop or desktop.
Why is this so significant for all wealth advisors and High New Worth Individuals?
Here is a contextual example for asset managers:
An important part of creating an investment policy is a strategic asset allocation that fits your clients risk profile, future obligations and long term investment goals. Nowadays non-bankable assets become more and more an important part of this strategic asset allocation. To monitor if your investments are in line with your investment policy, and strategic asset allocation, you need to take the exposures of your non-bankable assets into account and combine these with the exposures of your traditional bankable assets. With this method, your can validate whether or not your exposure to foreign currencies and countries is in line with your policies.