Maples Fund Services Recognised at Global Custodian Industry Leaders Awards for Client Service in Private Equity Fund Administration
As a testament to its continued commitment to delivering tailored solutions and providing the highest levels of support, Maples Fund Services has been recognised for excellent client service in private equity fund administration. The firm was honoured at Global Custodian’s 2018 Industry Leaders Awards, an annual event showcasing the best in fund administration, prime brokerage and custody. Nominees were selected based on results from the 2018 Global Custodian McLagan industry surveys which analysed feedback from clients across a number of categories, including client service, reporting and technology, among others.
As the alternative asset management industry evolves, fund administrators are being tasked with moving beyond their traditional roles to support the sophisticated needs of investment managers and their investors. Maples Fund Services partners with its clients to act as a true extension of their businesses, leveraging its global operating model to deliver a comprehensive, industry-leading offering. Clients are further supported by Maples Fund Services’ innovative technological infrastructure which is underpinned by an optimal balance of bespoke proprietary systems and best-of-breed core systems. This includes FIS Investran, an industry leading private equity fund accounting platform designed to simplify the most complex partnership accounting and reporting functions, providing automated processes including waterfall and management fee calculations, on-demand financial and performance reporting as well as highly flexible customisable reporting capabilities. In addition, Maples Fund Services has implemented Investran’s Data Exchange solution, DX, which provides private equity general partners and limited partners with online access to a rich, intuitive reporting and analytics.
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