Rede Partners launches LP portal RedeWire
Rede Partners has launched RedeWire, an interactive portal for institutional investors.
The platform, which is accessible by invitation only to institutional investors within Rede Partners’ network, has been developed to enable LPs to conveniently access up-to-date information about Rede’s clients and available funds.
RedeWire has been conceived as a major step forward in the modernisation of the private markets fundraising process. Rather than sorting through multiple emails, pitch decks and quarterly PDFs, LPs now have instant access to a user-friendly digest of all the latest information on Rede’s Buyout, Growth Equity, Credit, Impact and Real Assets clients.
Once an investor’s account has been activated, LPs can explore high level content on each GP or fund, including short video introductions and deeper dive videos for selected managers. With a range of information on investment strategy, fundraising plans, performance, key team members, portfolio investments, Rede Partners expects that the platform will quickly become an important tool for LPs as they plan their investment programmes.
Gabrielle Joseph, Head of Due Diligence and Client Development at Rede Partners, said: “We believe strongly in the potential for digital technology to streamline and enhance the fundraising process. We are excited to launch our new interactive LP Portal, RedeWire, which exemplifies Rede’s commitment to innovation in fundraising.
“By combining user-friendly technology and strong regulatory compliance, RedeWire puts the LP in the driving seat to explore our client offering in an intuitive and interactive way. We are also proud that our platform provides our GP clients with another opportunity to share the content we have developed with them, showcasing a rich picture of their firm, investment strategy and culture.”
Regulatory compliance has been at the heart of Rede’s thinking in developing the portal. Investors should note that some fundraising information will be restricted to LPs in specific geographies, to adhere to AIFMD restrictions.