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Artivest and Altegris complete merger

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Artivest, a financial technology firm based in New York, and Altegris, an alternative investment manager based in San Diego, have successfully closed their previously announced merger.

The merged company, named Artivest, is headquartered in New York and California. Artivest serves over 10,000 clients worldwide, with approximately USD3 billion of asset flows, USD2.5 billion of which are alternative assets under management. Artivest’s digital alternative investment platform is a fully-encrypted online marketplace for qualified investors and financial advisors seeking access to world-class private equity, hedge fund, real assets and managed futures strategies, among others.
 
“Artivest is now the largest independent alternative investment solutions team,” says James Waldinger (pictured), Artivest’s Founder and CEO. “Our mission is to utilise our deep bench of technology and investing expertise to offer vetted alternative investments to the widest possible audience of suitable investors. I am immensely grateful to our team for their ambition, dedication and innovation as we open up the alternatives market.”
 
“The alternatives industry is being disrupted and reshaped by demand from new participants,” says Matt Osborne, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Altegris, now Chief Investment Officer of Artivest. “Affluent individuals and their advisors are seeking far greater access to institutional-quality private alternatives for their alpha, diversification and risk mitigation potential, and Artivest has the capabilities to do just that.”
 
“We are not aware of another firm that can deliver what Artivest provides in terms of best-in-class technology, investment expertise and distribution capabilities,” says Martin Beaulieu, former Executive Chairman and CEO of Altegris, now Executive Chairman of Artivest.
 
The Altegris family of private and public alternative funds retains the Altegris name, as previously announced, and will operate as the asset management division of Artivest.

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