Oxane onboards multiple global banks and private credit funds
By Leandra Monteiro
Oxane Partners, a technology-driven solutions provider to private markets, announced that it has signed multiple clients across its solutions and services in the first four months of 2023, setting the stage for a strong 2023.
In the current economic landscape, private investment firms are placing greater emphasis on strategic technology initiatives to strengthen their portfolio and risk management capabilities.
Oxane aims to be at the forefront of this shift in the private markets as it integrates data, people, and technology to address the evolving needs of private markets by providing a unified ecosystem for proactive risk control, portfolio surveillance, reporting, and independent valuations. Oxane has further strengthened its position as the go-to solution partner for banks as it added three more global banks to its growing list of banking clients and won three mandates from private credit investment firms.
“Our continued growth momentum showcases the relevance of our operating model amidst a challenging macro environment,” said Vishal Soni, Managing Director, and Co-Founder at Oxane Partners. “As private markets continue to grow in scale and complexity, the use of technology-driven solutions to analyse and manage investments has become crucial. With our depth of domain expertise and synergistic technology, we are uniquely positioned to address these needs as we continuously enhance our offerings and expand our asset coverage to meet the evolving needs of the industry.”
“The growth we’re seeing in 2023 is an outcome of the foundation we’ve built over the last 9 years by closely listening to and understanding the complex needs of our clients and designing right-fit solutions,” commented Kanav Kalia, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Oxane Partners. “We see a marked change in investment firms’ preference to go with one-stop solutions providers as service provider consolidation is a big theme these days to remove operational inefficiencies. We remain committed to continuing to evolve our solutions enabling our clients to stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving landscape.”
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