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Next Generation Asset Servicing – AssetMetrix undertakes middle- and back-office tasks for Sonanz

AssetMetrix, Europe’s leading provider of high-end analytics and individual asset servicing, has gained another new client in the form of Sonanz, a Munich-based fund-of-funds manager. AssetMetrix is undertaking key middle- and back-office tasks for Sonanz, considerably reducing the social investment manager’s workload in terms of administration, monitoring and reporting.

Since 2013, AssetMetrix has consistently pursued its aim of supporting investors with requirements-based services that cover every aspect of the investment process. Kevin Gruber, Managing Director of AssetMetrix and responsible for a range of tasks, including product development, commented: "The intensive work we have put in on developing our products is beginning to bear fruit and an increasing number of private capital investors are recognizing the advantages of our well-thought-out range of services. On behalf of our customers, we consolidate and validate the complete range of relevant investment data and combine them with external market data. With our centralized data storage system and state-of-the-art technology, we guarantee our clients data integrity, an optimal portfolio overview and reliable handling of their workflows. We are very happy to have convinced Sonanz of our abilities."

Andreas Nilsson, founder and Managing Director of Sonanz, stated: "For us it is important to be able to outsource all of our administrative and analytical tasks to a partner like AssetMetrix that provides the required systems and at the same time has a wealth of experience in the fields of administration, monitoring and reporting for fund-of-funds managers. We rely on this modern form of asset servicing for our funds and concentrate on making successful investments. The collaboration with AssetMetrix has enabled us to achieve a level of professionalism in middle- and back-office duties that we do not want to establish in-house, due to the high cost of implementation."