Mirador, LLC is pleased to announce it has been shortlisted for the 2021 Private Asset Management (PAM) Award in the Best Reporting Solution category. For the third straight year, Mirador has been shortlisted for this prestigious PAM Award. In 2019 and 2020, Mirador was honored to win the Best Reporting Solution Award, which is a true seal of approval from the private wealth community.
“Having just celebrated our 5th anniversary, we are extremely proud to have been recognized as a preeminent reporting solution for U/HNW investors for the last three years running,” said Mirador Founder and Managing Partner Joseph Larizza. “We consistently deliver on our promise to provide high-touch, concierge-level service, regardless of the reporting software our clients choose to use, and it’s no coincidence that PAM continues to recognize the benefits and the success of this service model year after year.”
For over two decades the PAM Awards have celebrated the top-performing elite in the U.S. private asset management field and their accomplishments over the previous year. Firms are invited to enter in several award categories and winners are determined by an independent panel of industry experts based on several qualitative and quantitative performance indicators. The PAM Awards are awarded annually by Private Asset Management, a business-to-business publication exclusively covering the wealth management and family office industry.
The winners of this year’s prestigious PAM Awards will be announced in a virtual awards ceremony on February 10, 2021.
Grounded in Wall Street and enabled by technology, Mirador, LLC combines powerful data science and deep financial expertise to provide best-of-breed financial reporting services and technology consulting services for U/HNW investment portfolios. Through partnerships with leading technology platforms, Mirador’s service offering creates insightful, consolidated, real-time views of all assets and liabilities – what they are, who holds them, how ownership is divided, how they’re invested, and how they’re performing – strategically constructed to identify opportunities and expose financial risks. Unlike large multi-offering firms for whom reporting is an ancillary service, or a consulting service that configures systems and leaves, Mirador’s performance-reporting experts – drawn from family offices and wealth-management firms – create true, ongoing partnerships with clients to ensure data integrity, cull new insights from the data, answer questions, and resolve inconsistencies. The firm has offices in Connecticut, Salt Lake City, and Dublin, Ireland and supports the performance-reporting requirements of family offices, wealth management firms, and endowments and foundations throughout the United States, Western Europe, and Latin America. https://www.miradorllc.com