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[podcast] How today’s fund managers connect with interested investors — with Peter Hans

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[podcast] How today’s fund managers connect with interested investors — with Peter Hans
Imagine a world where regulation and compliance didn’t rule financial services with an iron fist. Ok, that’s never going to happen but certainly it’s fair to hope for an environment that makes it easier to market investments to high net worth investors. And to some extent, the system is trying to ease up a bit on the regulatory and compliance issues that have rankled the investment industry for decades. [caption id="attachment_6219" align="alignright" width="203"]Peter Hans, Harvest Exchange Peter Hans, Harvest Exchange[/caption] New startup fintech companies may be focused on offering broader reach at a lower price point. But according to our next guest, this is somewhat misplaced. Fees in the industry have typically been high precisely because the cost of doing business is high. Peter Hans is the co-founder and CEO of Harvest Exchange -- Peter explains that it’s expensive and long cycle to identify and acquire customers -- especially as trends on the investment side encourage deeper diligence and more access to more information. Harvest enables the conversations institutional investors want to have with their clients and makes them happen by connecting these investors to public and private communities. We’re not talking about Facebook for finance -- we’re talking about 7000 top investors and investment firms (funds like 3rd Point and Highland Capital Partners) who are seeking tools to more efficiently communicate with existing and prospective clients and investors. Peter and I talk about:
  • why the asset management industry has been slow to adopt change and new technologies
  • how some of the leading firms are beginning to use best practices, tools and techniques pioneered in other industries to better communicate, market, and ultimately, attract more investors and assets to their funds and products

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