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LaSalle and Artivest announces partnership

Friday, May 17, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - LaSalle Investment Management has partnered with Artivest to expand its reach into the retail market for privately placed U.S. value-add real estate investment programs through a closed end vehicle. LaSalle is a leading institutional investment manager focused on real estate strategies, and has a diverse client base which includes public and private pension funds, insurance companies, corporations, endowments, governments and individuals around the world.

"As a best-in-class private real estate investment manager with a 40 year track record of successfully managing portfolios for some of the largest and most sophisticated investors around the world, we are delighted to find a compelling platform to seamlessly connect financial advisors and qualified high-net-worth investors to our flagship U.S. value-add investment strategy," said Jason Kern, CEO of the Americas at LaSalle Investment Management.

At a time of growing demand for private illiquid alternatives among financial advisors and qualified high-net-worth investors, technology advancements are enabling greater access to this investment category than ever before. LaSalle, seeking to stay one step ahead of these developments, identified Artivest as a premium point of entry to the retail market for alternatives. The Artivest Open Network is a powerful digital platform which is transforming the way wealth managers and investors identify, access, and invest in institutional-grade alternative strategies, including private equity, private credit, hedge funds, managed futures, and real assets.

"We are thrilled to welcome LaSalle Investment Management to the Artivest platform. They are joining a growing community of world-class alternative managers, forward-thinking advisors and qualified investors who are utilizing the Artivest Open Network," said James Waldinger, Founder and CEO of Artivest. "Our platform brings together data-driven insights, proprietary technology, and robust diligence expertise to deliver a simplified, efficient experience and remove the barriers that have traditionally stood in the way of advisors and investors seeking access to alternatives."

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