Juniper Square Reportedly Exceeds $1 Trillion in Investor Equity On Platform

Juniper Square, the partnership enablement for the private funds industry, has announced major accomplishments, “surpassing a trillion dollars in investor equity on platform and trillions of dollars in real assets.”

The company is celebrating key milestones “after securing $133M in funding earlier this year which has already helped Juniper Square expand its fund administration business and fuel rapid growth.”

Matt Lawson, CMO of Juniper Square, said:

“It’s great to see the investment community recognize Juniper Square for its partnership enablement solutions, which allow GPs and their LPs to seamlessly connect and communicate across every stage of the investment lifecycle. While we continue to deepen our capabilities in the private markets, it’s an honor to garner recognition from industry experts and peers who understand the impact we’re delivering for fund managers, helping them raise more capital, increase investor satisfaction, and modernize the administration of their funds.”

Juniper Square received “Best Investor Relations Technology” by Private Equity Wire US Awards, which confirms its ability “to increase efficiency and delight investors with its secure and control-rich solutions that provide a shared view of partnership information.”

As covered, Juniper Square says they will help clients unlock the potential of every investment partnership.

Juniper Square explains that it “empowers GPs and LPs to focus on building enduring relationships and exceptional investment opportunities.”

Their partnership enablement solutions “empower investment partners to connect and communicate seamlessly across every interaction, freeing teams from the disjointed and siloed systems, operations, and processes holding organizations back from realizing their full potential today.”

Matt Lawson, chief marketing officer at Juniper Square, said:

“The United States is home to more than five million high-net-worth individuals, but only a select few of those individuals—less than 2%—have the means and the access to invest in private equity. As we took a look at the distribution of these investors throughout the country, we were surprised by the concentration in places one might not expect.”

While major metros like Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisco have the largest overall number of individuals “invested in private equity, their data uncovers surprising pockets of these investors in smaller metropolitan areas.”

On a per capita basis, the following U.S. cities have the highest concentration of individuals investing in private equity (ranked from highest to lowest):

  • Naples, Florida
  • Santa Cruz, California
  • San Francisco, California

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