Celebrating 20 years of eFront solutions
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London and New York | June 3, 2019 – eFront, the world’s leading alternative investment software and solutions provider, today announced the addition of real estate to its revolutionary platform, eFront Insight.
Following the success that eFront Insight had for private equity after its launch in Q1 2018, the new product release supports real estate fund investments with enhanced fund and asset level analytics.
Davide Manstretta, eFront Senior Product Manager for Real Estate, explained that “The expansion of eFront Insight to real estate is the first step on our roadmap to provide the ultimate performance and risk management platform for property investors and fund managers. Real estate GPs can now leverage on eFront Insight to streamline data exchange with LPs, while both parties can access complete and independent analysis of all their funds and investments’ positions.”
eFront Insight’s new real estate portfolio analytics are underpinned by enhanced data collection processes and technology. This new solution is aligned with the most relevant industry standards and best practices promoted by ILPA, MSCI, INREV/ANREV and NCREIF/PREA Reporting Standards.
Thanks to eFront Insight’s SaaS delivery model, clients will be able to seamlessly upgrade and benefit from all future enhancements. These will include performance benchmarking capabilities that are due to be released later this year via an integration with MSCI Real Estate Indexes (feature available to MSCI Real Estate clients only).
Commenting on the news, Tarek Chouman, eFront’s CEO said, “Real estate is an increasingly important asset class when it comes to institutional investors’ portfolios. The latest development of eFront Insight follows this trend and further certifies the role of leader that eFront plays in the alternative space. We are incredibly proud to support our GP and LP clients’ expansion into real assets.”