You Can’t MANAGE what you can’t measure

Investors have been bound to a limited scope in what they can access regarding their total financial balance sheet. Our technology allows our clients to access a complete, customized balance sheet, including multiple legal entities and complex ownership structures, available on demand using secure, cloud-based technology accessible through both desktop and mobile devices. This is a drastic change from the status quo of paper-based, quarterly reporting using static information typically generated on an Excel spreadsheet. We have broadened the data set that can be reported on in a simple, automated and customized fashion.

Through comprehensive data aggregation and reconciliation, we can offer clients a consolidated view of on-balance sheet items such as:

  • Public equity / debt investments
  • Private investments: private equity, co-investments, hedge funds
  • Real estate: commercial/residential
  • Employer stock and retirement plans
  • Art collections
  • Loan payables and receivables
  • Life insurance
  • Mortgages
  • Personal lines of credit/margin

As well as off-balance sheet items such as:

  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Donor advised funds / Private foundation
  • 529 plans

By managing and coordinating this information in a real time, 360-degree fashion, we can more efficiently work with clients to navigate the complexities of their financial and non-financial lives.

In addition to giving clarity to clients overall balance sheet, clients will now have better insights/analytics such as:

  • Total outstanding commitments to private equity investments
  • Overall exposure in a particular asset class or individual company
  • Current realized and unrealized tax status across multiple entities
  • The tax impact of a vesting event in an employer-sponsored compensation program

With this type of information in hand, we are better-positioned to provide holistic advice on future investments and assist clients in understanding gifting strategies, asset-protection strategies and the potential tax consequences of different investment options.

In addition, taking into account forward-looking metrics on interest rates, inflation, stock market and tax trends, we can better assess the possible impact of a client’s short-term choices (e.g., spending, buying property, investing or paying down debt) on their entire balance sheet.

In short, advising across all of your wealth.

It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.

Sherlock Holmes
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