Venn by Two Sigma Named ‘Best Multi-Asset Class Portfolio Management System’ at 2024 Private Asset Management Awards

· By The Venn Team

Venn is pleased to announce that it has been named the winner in the "Best Multi-Asset Class Portfolio Management System” category at the 2024 Private Asset Management (PAM) Awards by With Intelligence. The awards celebrate outstanding achievements in the private wealth community, bringing together esteemed industry peers and leading innovators for an evening of recognition and celebration in New York City.

Venn clinched the top prize in the “Multi-Asset Class Portfolio Management System” category, standing out among a competitive shortlist of leading solutions providers serving the private wealth industry. The category is designed to recognize and reward firms providing family office professionals with solutions such as integrated aggregation, reconciliation accounting, and performance systems across multiple asset classes.

A distinguished judging panel, comprising leading wealth managers, advisors/consultants, service providers, and other industry experts, was tasked with honoring the premier performers within the community.

"Winning this award underscores our unwavering dedication to delivering innovative solutions that empower family office professionals to adeptly navigate the intricacies of multi-asset class portfolio management,” said Marco Della Torre, CEO of Venn. “We are truly humbled by this recognition of our commitment to serving our clients and the broader industry."

Winners were announced on February 8, 2024, at a gala dinner in New York City. The full list of winners from the 2024 PAM Awards can be found here.

Awards are by With Intelligence, which is not a Venn Subscriber, and are self-nominated, at no cost to be considered. Selection is by a panel of peer industry judges’ evaluation of a candidate submission. Winners can optionally buy a winner’s package. No payments are required.




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