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CreativeCap Advisors partners with Stonehaven and rebrands to CCA Global Capital Group

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Opalesque Industry Update - CreativeCap Advisors - the global asset management consulting firm - announces it will rebrand to CCA Global Capital Group. The rebrand centers on evolving the company's focus on offering bespoke outsourced solutions across investor relations, business development and sales for institutionally-minded and boutique investment companies.

In conjunction with the rebrand, the company is also excited to be officially joining Stonehaven, the award-winning fintech and fundraising platform, as an affiliate partner.

"We are proud to be the pioneer and leader in offering a long-term and full-service outsourced investor relations solution for boutique investment companies. The desire to launch this materialized during a study with both allocators and fund managers. Many allocators felt deeply unfulfilled by the current state of investor relations [IR] programs by the vast majority of fund managers particularly in the boutique segment - less than $10Bn in assets and less than a 35-person staff. Then during the interviews with managers, an innumerable amount are struggling to identify a sophisticated and institutionally-minded way forward in building a competitive yet cost-effective IR program. This distinct disconnect is why the solution is necessary today. Per the investor discussions, both a manager's lack of transparency and inconsistent quality interactions were two commonly cited reasons that many funds lose their appeal and consequently potential allocations from investors. The most frightening fact is that this has been going on for years, if not decades. We need a solution and we need one now," said Tyra S. Jeffries, Founder and CEO of CreativeCap Advisors.

As a result of the recent Stonehaven partnership, it now permits the team full flexibility to raise capital providing a more comprehensive service offering and long-term solution to those companies without a dedicated IR team, those requiring additional experts and senior support to scale the business or those who desire an all-in-one solution. The outsourced investor relations solution targets: private equity, venture capital, hedge fund, private credit, select esoteric fund vehicles and private investment offices.

"The partnership with Stonehaven will now allow us the flexibility to not only advise, but to also fundraise on behalf of the clients. This is critical particularly in today's more restrictive environment where allocators are even more discerning with whom they want to be introduced to and connected with. Historically, investors have always heavily relied on their networks to source new opportunities, but due to the travel restrictions and global health concerns, it has never been more pronounced than now. The team is excited to officially partner with such a highly-regarded company to support us and the clients moving forward and further streamlining all of the work that we do," said Tyra S. Jeffries.

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