Thought Leadership / Awards / Mirador, LLC Named Best Reporting Solution by Private Asset Management
Three-year-old firm takes coveted award
February 12, 2019
Darien, Conn. – Financial services firms aren’t expected to win coveted awards in their third year of business, especially when up against an 80-year-old institution with nearly $2 trillion in client assets. But this didn’t stop Mirador, LLC from winning the 2019 award for Best Reporting Solution last Thursday at the prestigious Private Asset Management (PAM) Awards ceremony in New York.
Mirador is the leading provider of bespoke portfolio-performance reoprting solutions for high net-worth families, family offices, and wealth management firms.
“I’m honored and thrilled,” said Mirador Founder Joseph Larizza, an alumnus of Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, and Deutsche Asset Management. Larizza’s inspiration for Mirador came from his work at Fieldpoint Privae, a wealth managmenet frim and bank for high net-worth families, where he served as Chief Administrative Officer heading the Information Technology and Operations departments.
“Since our founding, Mirador has been transforming high net-worth financial reporting from a technological headache into a simplified service offering.”
“Headache” would be putting it mildly, especially by one whose clients represent more than $30 billion in wealth allocated to a wide array of investment products held by numerous financial institutions often in complex ownership structures. Mirador is the only firm built not just to eliminate these headaches but to make world-class financial reporting easy and convenient for high net-worth individuals and the firms who service them.
“Our clients and our technology partners, who are also innovators in the wealth management industry, understand the value of our concierge-level service offering,” said Larizza. “This award only validates their confidence.”
The Private Asset Management Awards, sponsored by Fund Intelligence, recognize the top industry professionals in the private aset management space and their accomplishments over the previous year.