New capabilities and expanded data set a new standard for institutional management fee analysis.
October 3rd, 2019
By Mark Bell
To Streamline Asset Manager Data Collection Process and Bolster Leading Global Database
Norwalk, Connecticut – October 3, 2019 – Investment Metrics (IM), the leading provider of institutional investment performance analytics and reporting solutions for the institutional investment community, announced today their strategic partnership with Jackson Analytics, LLC to help streamline the asset manager data collection process and reduce the amount of time managers spend updating their data in the leading Investment Metrics Global Database.
The Investment Metrics Global Database is widely used by leading institutional investment consultants and asset owner clients to research and monitor asset managers. This strategic alliance will allow Jackson Analytics to offer investment management firms a turnkey solution for systematic investment management data marketing by seamlessly contributing their data to the database in a timely, accurate, and complete manner.
For nearly a decade, Jackson Analytics has managed client profiles in the industry’s leading asset manager databases. With expertise in data warehousing, reconciliation, and data distribution, Jackson Analytics provides the asset management community extensive visibility and brand recognition to those completing actual mandate searches.
“By utilizing the proprietary technology systems of Jackson Analytics and the firm’s specialist data analytics team, together we are able to move the database update burden from the managers to a proven reliable third-party resource, enabling the managers to focus their efforts elsewhere,” said Sanjoy Chatterjee, Chief Strategy Officer of Investment Metrics.
Richard Jackson, President of Jackson Analytics, LLC, said, “The data that investment managers generate from their work is, in a real sense, a resumé that provides that manager’s case for being hired. And when that data is unreconciled, incomplete, and poorly distributed and presented, it makes success in this fragmented, highly competitive industry even more difficult.”
Jackson continues, “this alliance will provide a broad cross-section of the investment management industry with the opportunity to better manage their data. It will sharpen what is too often a blunt approach to data marketing strategy.”
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