Premialab brings multi-asset data analytics to Australia

Rick Steves

“Premialab has received an incredible reception in Australia because we offer something that has never been available here before.”

Premier data, analytics, and risk solutions provider, Premialab, has marked its expansion to Australia by announcing its partnership with State Super (SAS Trustee Corporation), a prominent Australian super fund.

Premialab’s cutting-edge technology will empower State Super with portfolio management and risk solutions, fostering more informed investment decisions.

Granular insights turned into investments, risk management, fees, and strategies

With its official entry into the Australian market this month, Premialab leverages its unique data set, sourced from 18 global investment banks, to offer an array of products and services. These offerings cater to institutional clients, including pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and asset managers. The solutions aim to streamline asset allocation, strategy selection, and portfolio enhancement, all while effectively managing risk.

Marc Fisher, Managing Director and Australia Head of Premialab, expressed pride in being chosen by State Super as a key partner in Premialab’s growing Australian venture. Fisher highlighted the distinct value Premialab brings to Australia, stating, “Premialab has received an incredible reception in Australia because we offer something that has never been available here before.”

Premialab’s platform delivers granular insights into investments, dissecting risk, fees, and strategies to provide a comprehensive evaluation. This real-time, atomic-level understanding equips investors to make more informed decisions and optimize their portfolios. Alan Chan, Senior Investment Manager at State Super, acknowledged the need for advanced capabilities in managing members’ retirement savings efficiently and securely. He emphasized that Premialab’s ability to provide actionable, real-time data stood out, making them the preferred choice.

Multi-asset, multi-region platform processing 5 million data points daily

Adrien Geliot, CEO of Premialab, stressed the growing demand for enhanced data capabilities and robust risk management processes among institutional investors. Geliot noted the evolving market dynamics and the increasing need for transparency in real-time. He expressed enthusiasm about partnering with State Super to deliver Premialab’s unique capabilities to the Australian superannuation industry.

Premialab’s multi-asset, multi-region platform processes a staggering 5 million data points daily, spanning over 4,000 investible systematic strategies. The platform caters to clients with assets under management (AUM) totaling an estimated USD$5 trillion. With its suite of solutions, including Premialab Pure Factors, the company offers cross-asset quantitative strategy selection and thorough due diligence on strategies across global markets. Additionally, the platform facilitates faster and more detailed risk management, along with regulatory reporting.

The expansion into Australia further solidifies Premialab’s global presence, joining existing offices in Hong Kong, Paris, London, Stockholm, and New York. As the financial landscape continues to evolve, Premialab’s innovative technology positions them to meet the increasing demand for advanced data analytics and risk management solutions.

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