Venn by Two Sigma Wins 2023 Family Wealth Report Award for Portfolio Management
Venn is pleased to announce it has been named the winner in the Best ‘Portfolio Management’ category at the Tenth Annual Family Wealth Report Awards 2023 program. The awards recognize the most innovative and exceptional firms, teams, and individuals serving the family office, family wealth, and trusted advisor communities in North America.
Venn was selected for the top prize in the ‘Portfolio Management’ category from a list of outstanding technology vendors serving the family office and family wealth industry. Each category winner and highly commended firm was subjected to a rigorous and independent evaluation process, with judges from family offices, private banks, trusted advisers, consultants, and other service providers, each of whom has in-depth knowledge and a broad experience.
"We are honored to receive this prestigious award, which validates our capacity to provide family offices with an institutional-grade solution that enhances investment due diligence and portfolio management," said Marco Della Torre, CEO of Venn. "We extend our gratitude to the Family Wealth Report and its judges for recognizing our dedication towards modernizing the analytics experience for the family wealth and family office communities."
Winners and highly commended companies were announced on May 4, 2023 at the Gala Ceremony at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Manhattan, New York.
Awards are presented by Family Wealth Report by ClearView Financial Media, which is not a Venn Subscriber. Awards are self-nominated and open to any member of Family Wealth Report. There is no cost to be considered for an award. Selection as a finalist for and/or recipient of an award is based on independent judges’ evaluation of a candidate submission. Winners are offered the opportunity, but are not required, to purchase a winner’s package but no additional payment is required to promote consideration or selection for an award.
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