More than four-fifths (84%) of investors are planning to increase their allocation to alternatives over the next five years, according to a new report from AIFMetrics.
Furthermore, 79% of alternative investment funds (AIFs) are building capabilities in new digital platforms, 41% are accessing new markets and client groups through digitisation, and 34% are using digital services to cater for millennials.
These stats, which were supplied by Prequin, are part for AIFMetrics new brochure on digitally transforming fund distribution and reporting.
In the report, the company states that traditional email-based marketing and reporting of alternative investments is outdated and firms need to embrace technology to meet their customers’ expectations.
The AIFMetrics platform helps companies achieve this through its digital reporting technology. Clients can get 24/7 secure access for distributors and investors on fund performance, portfolio, digital statements, co-investment opportunities, fund updates and data.
Its platform also boasts high-impact marketing and turnaround, personalised dashboards, automated statements, drawdowns and tax forms, portfolio MIS and review notes, and more.
AIFMetrics new brochure can be read here.
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