Vidrio Financial has added the Eureka Private Equity database to its offering, which is indicative of the greater institutional investor demand for strategies within the asset class.
Eureka Private Equity provides access to information on 9,160 companies and private equity funds, investors, private equity firms and service providers from across the private markets’ arena. The database gives investors returns data on private equity and venture capital funds, along with information on the people managing them.
“The addition of the Eureka Private Equity database further supports increased client demand we are seeing for allocating to private equity and venture capital. According to exclusive recently released data compiled by industry publication Alternatives Watch and sponsored by Vidrio, of $46 billion spread across 369 allocations in 2020 private equity far outstripped other alternative asset classes in terms of attracting overall institutional dollars,” said Mazen Jabban, Chief Executive, Vidrio Financial.
The AW Investor Compendium referenced by Jabban is also available to download by Alternatives Watch subscribers.
Vidrio, which works with global institutional investors, including funds of funds, OCIOs, pension funds and banks, also has data partnerships with Eurekahedge, HFR and Morningstar.
“The addition of the Eureka Private Equity database further cements our goal to help allocators simplify and overcome investment management hurdles across asset classes ranging from simple data collection and extraction to analytics and customized, workflow applications (for research, portfolio management, compliance and risk management), and reporting challenges that LPs and allocators face daily,” he added.
Vidrio offers service-enabled software to support the investment allocation process across various strategies, including hedge funds, private equity, private credit and real estate.