Are you really in control of your family assets?

Managing family assets can be a daunting task for family principals especially when their investments are spread across multiple asset classes, entities and advisors with data amassed through years of transactions.

To get to the bottom-line, one has to manually collate and analyse reams of data on spreadsheets created from accounting software, online tools, bank & credit card statements, advisor reports, capital gains statements, etc. That doesn’t sound like a very easy or efficient way to manage your assets.

Steering your investment decisions devoid of insightful data and analytics can lead to poor outcomes and lost opportunities.

Managing Your Family Assets

Wake up to your world of wealth, on your fingertips.

Asset Vantage is a family asset management platform that not only puts the family principal in control but also simplifies data consolidation for accounting and finance teams.

Asset Vantage allows you to consolidate all the information on your investments, income and expenses in a structured manner and generates a wide array of actionable insights that help you see the true picture of your family’s entire net worth. Keeping track of your advisors’ performance, exposure to sectors or stocks, tax saving opportunities and more is best done with all data residing on one integrated system.

With its automated accounting engine and document vault, Asset Vantage forms the backbone of your family office. Family principals keep an eye on:

  • Total wealth across entities, groups and asset classes
  • Current allocation of liquid and illiquid assets
  • Portfolio performance with annualized returns (IRR)
  • Comparison of advisors’ performance
  • Asset class performance
  • Lot-wise break up of short-term and long-term holdings
  • Asset allocation over time
  • Dividends, interest and rent receivable reconciled with actual receipts
  • Capital gains with indexation
  • Accounting reports (Trial Balance, P&L, Balance Sheet)


Stay ahead with Asset Vantage.

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