Long before the COVID-19 pandemic upended life as we know it, institutional investing was already a demanding field that attracted highly educated professionals to strategically allocate assets and deliver superior risk-adjusted returns for their members, annuitants, employees or organizations.
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E-Book: Key Reports Investment Teams Can Deliver to Their CIO
Every minute matters. That is our mantra at Backstop, which is why we make it our mission to simplify the complex: empowering our clients to operate efficiently, invest intelligently, and communicate effectively. To learn more, download our new Key Reports E-Book!
Year In Review 2019
We started 2019 on the heels of securing a $20 million financing round and announcing our acquisition of a leading data provider for institutional investors, BarclayHedge, in late December 2018. To learn how we put that funding to use for our clients, download our new Year In Review report!
Top Time Wasters for Institutional Investors
More and more institutions have taken their investment responsibilities in-house over the last several years. With insourcing, however, comes new challenges: the inefficiencies in research management, operational due diligence, and portfolio management that occur with an understaffed team. This e-book takes a look at the top time wasters institutional investment professionals face, as well as the potential technology solutions that can help overcome them.
Here’s Your Gdpr Survival Guide.
If GDPR seems daunting, you’re not alone. Backstop Solutions has created a GDPR Survival Guide especially for the alternative investment industry. This e-book provides a step-by-step plan to managing your GDPR compliance, and provides criteria for how to select technology vendors who can partner with you to help you do so. Download our free GDPR Survival Guide now.
4 Mistakes Alt Investment Firms Make During Sec Audits...Even Though They Know Better
Industry leaders Backstop Solutions and Gartland & Mellina Group have teamed up to offer you an e-book detailing the 4 most common mistakes alt investment firms make during SEC audits.