Private Client Resources, LLC (PCR) today announced the finalisation of its acquisition of the European data aggregation firm Check6, headquartered in The Netherlands.
Bob Miller, CEO of PCR, said: “We are very excited to partner with the Check6 team in expanding our European presence. They have done a great job connecting to the major European institutions and provide instant fulsome European data source coverage for the PCR network.”
The market for global investment data aggregation is growing. Wealth management firms around the world are working to implement digital technologies they hope will modernise their processes and enhance their clients’ experience. Critical to the success of these initiatives is a reliable source of accurate client investment data. In cases where a client’s portfolio is comprised of a complex mixture of globally distributed liquid and illiquid assets the challenge to consolidated reporting is often significant.
Thomas Uger, Partner at Public Pension Capital, said: “PCR is ideally positioned to provide global firms the investment data they need to power their digital initiatives. We were pleased to have the opportunity to again support management’s expansion plans with this acquisition and look forward to exploring other future growth opportunities.”
The companies have already completed integration of their technologies and are serving customers on a global basis. Check6 employees will become an integral component of the PCR service model delivering in time-zone support, training and data operations.
Sebastian Verkuilen, Founder and CEO of Check6 said: “PCR was an obvious partner for us to roll data aggregation services out globally. The companies share a common vision of the importance of data and a similar technological, privacy-first approach to data aggregation. PCR has solved for the core challenges to complex aggregation including automated aggregation of alternative assets and privacy management at scale. For Check6 stakeholders, the opportunity to partner in developing a one-of-a-kind global aggregation provider was too compelling to pass up.”