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Investment Metrics and InvestorForce to merge

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Resurgens Technology Partners has acquired InvestorForce from MSCI and is to merge it with portfolio company Investment Metrics. The combined investment analytics and reporting solutions business will cater for investment consultants, wealth managers and investment managers.

The transaction is expected to close within the next three months, subject to customary closing conditions. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
 
Resurgens says the merger will enable the combined business to provide investment tools for performance analysis, investment reporting, investment policy statements, peer benchmarking and competitive insights, leveraging the unique and substantial data assets of the combined company. The newly combined company will have clients with approximately USD10 trillion in assets under advisement (AUA) running on the platform. This will provide unprecedented insights into global industry-wide asset allocation trends, performance benchmarks, asset flows, plan sponsor and style universe performance, empowering its clients to make more informed investment decisions. In addition, with the resources and development capabilities of the combined entity, Resurgens says the merger enables the firm to strengthen its commitment to solving the many other evolving challenges facing the institutional investment industry, including data aggregation, reconciliation, and the need to produce rich analytical and reporting output.
 
The Investment Metrics and InvestorForce teams have over forty years of combined institutional investment technology industry expertise. The combined company’s clients include industry leaders such as Aon Hewitt, Mercer, Morgan Stanley, Pension Consulting Alliance, RVK and Segal Marco Advisors, among many others.
 
The company, which will operate under the Investment Metrics name, will continue to support both the Investment Metrics and InvestorForce software, data and service offerings.
 
Sanjoy Chatterjee (pictured), Founder & President of Investment Metrics, says: “The merger of Investment Metrics and InvestorForce is a logical next step for our clients, employees and the industry. In this changing market where investors are demanding more from their investment solutions, we are confident that our expanded unique data offering, paired with the best in class analytics and reporting solutions, will uncover further opportunities and increase efficiencies for our clients. Together, we will further enhance our existing relationships and build new alliances with the industry’s leading investment consultants, wealth managers, asset owners, trusts, OCIOs and players within the alternatives space.”
 
Blake McLaughlin, Executive Director, Head of Product Management of InvestorForce, says: “We are pleased to be joining forces with Investment Metrics. The combined company is committed to finding the balance between continuity and growth, from maintaining a disciplined focus on the challenges our clients face today while partnering with them to envision, design, develop and launch next generation data solutions, flexible workflows, powerful analytics and intuitive report output.” McLaughlin continued, “We very much look forward to the exciting things ahead for our clients.”
 
John Baumstark, Managing Director of Resurgens Technology Partners, says: “This is a major milestone for the institutional investment community. We are excited to support the combination of these two great companies. This merger enhances our ability to support the growing needs of our clients, leverage the talents of the two teams, provide our clients with an expanded and unique dataset and more rapidly address the market’s evolving requirements.”

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