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Vinci Partners selects SunGard's Investran for Brazilian private equity fund administration and investor reporting

Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Vinci Partners, a Brazilian Investment Management firm headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, has selected SunGard's Investran to help automate partnership accounting and performance reporting across its private equity investment portfolios. SunGard's Investran is an award winning solution that supports the entire investment lifecycle, from fundraising through reporting and portfolio monitoring. It automates front-, middle- and back-office processes for private equity and alternative investment firms.

Investran will help Vinci streamline its back office operations by monitoring cash flows and tracking its portfolio performance, investor reports and investor capital account balances. It will also facilitate firm-wide reporting and be used for performance and exposure reporting for accurate and transparent investor reporting.

Andre Fonseca, chief technology officer of Vinci Partners, said, "To support our growth and help us better service client needs we selected SunGard's Investran because of its reliable and robust reporting capabilities. We maintain close relationships with our portfolio companies and Investran's reporting will help our managers achieve a quick, easy and powerful way to track performance.

SunGard's Investran will provide Vinci with a comprehensive solution to support the growth of its alternative investment business," said Lauren Iaslovits, chief operating officer for SunGard's Investran business unit. "The Investran team has worked closely with Vinci to help it achieve the comprehensive functionality and scalability it requires in order to support its evolving businesses."

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