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NewAlpha and Aviva invest EUR 2.5m in ETF analysis platform

Monday, October 17, 2016
Opalesque Industry Update - TrackInsight SAS received two new investments in its capital from the FinTech fund managed by New Alpha Asset Management and the insurance company, Aviva France of a total of EUR 2.5m. TrackInsight has now raised over EUR 4 million in development funding.

TrackInsight, a leading platform for ETF analysis and selection, offers its customers enhanced transparency on the performance of the main ETFs listed in Europe. On its exchange traded fund (ETF) analysis platform (www.trackinsight.com) professional investors use to optimise their selection of exchange traded products. The solution provides advanced analysis software, so that investors can independently compare the replication quality delivered by the leading investment vehicles, coupled with a simple and transparent rating system that has been unanimously approved by the industry.

TrackInsight says its solution is a natural addition to the toolbox of portfolio management, asset allocation and fund selection teams, providing fluid access to reliable and independent data. It enables a structuring of the analytic process and helps enhance the management and compliance of investment decisions.

The EUR 2.5 million invested by NewAlpha Asset Management and Aviva France gives the company the resources to develop in the European institutional investor market and to prepare for roll-out in the USA and Asia. Jean-René Giraud, co-founder and CEO of TrackInsight said he “appreciates the confidence shown by NewAlpha and Aviva France, which will allow us to position TrackInsight as an essential player at the heart of the ETF revolution”.

The EFT market is growing at an annual rate of 20% making it the most dynamic segment in the asset management industry. With more than 4,500 products to choose from, it is already worth USD 3,000 billion, 15% of the world’s total collective investment AUM. ETFs are also the investment vehicles most used by robo-advisers. TrackInsight is now established as European leader in ETF selection with more than 3,500 professional users.

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