Private Capital Data
Burgiss licenses private capital data to help investors make better informed decisions.
For investors in private capital funds, we provide full transparency into their holdings. For the industry at large, we provide performance benchmarks at the fund and holdings levels. Through our analytical platform, we provide third-party currency rates, stock pricing and index data to help measure performance. Underpinning this managed data is extensive work developing and harmonizing identity, taxonomy and classification systems.
We do this specialized data management work in-house with teams of experienced data policy analysts, financial analysts, researchers and archivists. We support it with decades of investment in specialized tools, extensive training, systems and work-flow automation.
To understand the workings of a private capital fund is to know what investments it makes and holds in companies, properties, and other securities and real assets over time. By licensing Burgiss Transparency Data, investors have a clear picture of how their funds invest. Freed from the work of gathering this data, investment and operations teams can focus on understanding and managing their investments.
How much did the fund invest in companies, sectors, countries?
What are these investments worth today?
What are the drivers of value?
By subscribing to Burgiss Transparency Data, investors can look across entire portfolios of private capital investments to understand and accurately measure risk, portfolio composition, and manager performance.
We source transparency data directly from managers. We invest heavily in tools and workflow automation to make data capture as efficient as possible. We compile and enrich this data with objective classifications and characteristics that allow meaningful aggregation and analysis. Our data management process is built on detailed policies and procedures designed to ensure information is accurate and consistent across all managers.
We deliver transparency data any way you want it, through standard reporting or as structured exports.