AssetMark, iCapital Network Partner On New Offering
AssetMark and iCapital Network have partnered to launch AssetMark Alternative Investments by iCapital, a customized alternative investments service on the AssetMark platform. The solution provides a curated selection of fully diligenced alternative investments with low minimums and a seamless end-to-end investing experience to support independent advisors in attracting and serving high-net-worth (HNW) clients.
"With AssetMark Alternative Investments by iCapital, AssetMark is building on its commitment to providing innovative solutions that help RIAs attract and serve high-net-worth clients,” said David McNatt, SVP, Investment Product Management & Development at AssetMark. “Both AssetMark and iCapital Network are dedicated to providing unparalleled service and experiences that support each advisor’s high level of service and alternative asset class access to clients for greater differentiation in a demanding market. We’re proud to be working with them on this important new offering.”
“It is critical for advisors to meet the burgeoning appetite for private market investments of their qualified investors with the same breadth of options and efficiency as more traditional investments,” said Dan Vene, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Head of Client Solutions at iCapital Network. “We are proud to be working with AssetMark to bring this innovative alternative investments solution to the thousands of advisors interested in offering private market opportunities to their affluent clients.”
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