Caissa has reached an agreement with MSCI whereby clients can now access MSCI HedgePlatform through the Caissa platform. MSCI receives monthly position-level transparency from over 1,400 hedge funds. Under this new agreement, Caissa clients can now tap into MSCI’s vast platform of hedge fund transparency data.
“The issue of transparency in the hedge fund space is a primary concern among institutional allocators. MSCI has made significant advancements in the pursuit of enhanced transparency,” said Susan Veksler, President and Co-Founder of Caissa. “We are proud to be agents of information symmetry, with allocators now being able to access additional transparency.”
Clients of Caissa use the web-based portfolio analytics platform to analyze their portfolio’s total exposures, risk, and attribution in one tool, across all asset classes including hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds, real assets, and long-only funds.
Caissa is first and foremost a technology platform for institutional allocators but our mission of helping clients with solutions to challenging problems evolves along with the investment landscape. Most frequently, our solutions to problems are delivered through innovative technologies but other times, they are delivered through client advocacy and beneficial partnerships. We’ve always provided the technology infrastructure to manage data. With this new MSCI agreement, we are pleased to now also provide additional sources of transparency data,” said Dave Hsu, CEO and Co-Founder of Caissa.
About Caissa, LLC:
Caissa is a leading portfolio analytics software provider for endowments, foundations, family offices, pension funds, and outsourced CIOs. Founded in 2010, Caissa is independently owned and committed to advancing technology solutions for institutional allocators. Caissa’s client base consists of asset owners representing over $1.7 trillion in assets under management. For more information, please visit www.caissaweb1.wpengine.com.
Contact: Susan Veksler