Asset Owners

Allocator teams use Venn to help efficiently analyze investments, unearth critical insights, evaluate managers, manage liquidity and risk, and meet their investment and returns goals.

I have relied on Venn’s factor-based risk and return attribution tools to unearth critical insights that have helped shape some of the decisions we have been making since I joined. *

- Bola Olusanya, The Nature Conservancy

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How Asset Owners Use Venn

Manager Due Diligence

Break down manager risk and return and identify those that support your performance goals.

Asset Allocation

Assess portfolio risks, compare investments, and change allocations on the fly.

Internal and External Reporting

Streamline stakeholder reporting and quickly create polished reports and presentations.

client spotlight

A Conversation with Bola Olusanya - CIO of The Nature Conservancy

Naturally, ESG and impact investing are important elements of TNC’s investment philosophy.


Thought Leadership

Market, Industry, and Analytical Insights

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Understanding Your Portfolio

Venn helps clients run portfolio analytics on anything with a return stream, from wine to private assets. And, add a dash of holdings data.

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The Two Sigma Factor Lens

Asset allocators are increasingly leveraging risk factor analytics for manager due diligence and an elevated understanding of portfolio diversification.

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The Bacon Factor

When comparing various items, you want to evaluate them on an even playing field from investments to bacon.