Quva, a UK-based fintech that specializes in alternative investments, announced on Monday it has launched its platform with a mission to digitally transfer the way private equity firms, venture capital funds, and angel investment networks currently manage the end-to-end investment process.
Founded in 2020, Quva explains that offers a suite of solutions that enable alternative investment professionals across the globe to manage entire investment opportunities from start to finish.
“From deal origination to ongoing investment management and reporting capabilities that see opportunities through to realization and exit, Quva enables an unparalleled and transparent view of the entire investment process, allowing you to focus on what’s important – ultimately increasing efficiency across your investment portfolio.”
Quva further revealed it has been established by FCA authorized fintech firm Growth Capital Ventures (GCV) and was developed within its venture builder division G-Labs, which specializes in creating, launching, and scaling technology-led businesses that have the potential to transform industry sectors. Craig Peterson, Co-Founder and COO at GCV, spoke about the platform’s launch by stating:
“Venture capital and private equity is a critical source of investment for the high growth businesses that drive innovation, job creation, and economic growth. Our purpose is to help alternative investment managers drive efficiency and support value creation across the whole investment lifecycle, from deal origination, through to portfolio management and exit.”
Tony Short, Project Lead for Quva and Program Director at GCV, then added:
“Quva is a powerful software product built by investment professionals for investment professionals. The project team has built several bespoke software solutions for the fintech and alternative investment sector already, so this experience combined with the industry knowledge of the GCV investment team has been instrumental in the development of such a powerful software-as-a-service solution.”