About BITE Alternative Investments
BITE Alternative Investments is an investment platform. It focuses on empowering investors looking to commit to alternative assets amounts below the typically required institutional-level minimums, by giving them access to top-performing private equity, private debt, infrastructure, and real estate funds. It was founded in 2019 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
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ESPs containing BITE Alternative Investments
The ESP matrix leverages data and analyst insight to identify and rank leading companies in a given technology landscape.
The alternative investments & asset trading market offers opportunities to diversify investment portfolios beyond traditional asset classes such as stocks and bonds. Alternative investments refer to a broad range of non-traditional investment options, including private equity, venture capital, hedge funds, real estate, commodities, and more. These investments often have low correlation with tradit…
BITE Alternative Investments's Products & Differentiators
Private Market Technology Solutions
For advisors, asset & wealth managers, private banks and fund managers digitising their operations, Bite provides private market technology strategies including turnkey white labelling options and bespoke technology solutions. Bite's specialist private markets technology solution allows you to compliantly streamline your client onboarding and investment management process. Our technology platform automates the entire investment cycle from client suitability and distribution, through to subscription and reporting in a fully automated way.
Expert Collections containing BITE Alternative Investments
Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.
BITE Alternative Investments is included in 4 Expert Collections, including Fintech.
Excludes US-based companies
This collection contains companies that provide alternative means for obtaining a loan for personal or business use and companies that provide software to lenders for the application, underwriting, funding or loan collection process.
Companies and startups in this collection digitize & streamline the delivery of wealth management. Included: Startups that offer technology-enabled tools for active and passive wealth management for retail investors and advisors.
Capital Markets Tech
Companies in this collection provide software and/or services to institutions participating in primary and secondary capital markets: institutional investors, hedge funds, asset managers, investment banks, and companies.
Latest BITE Alternative Investments News
Sep 17, 2021
17th September 20219:30 am Good morning and welcome to your Morning Briefing for Friday 17 September, 2021. To get this in your inbox every morning click here. Migration ‘biggest barrier to growth’ AJ Bell CEO Andy Bell has said migration is the biggest barrier to growth for the platform market. He said it is “no good for anyone in the market if the platforms are falling over”, as it affects the perception of the whole sector. Bell made the comment during an interview with editor Katey Pigden at Money Marketing Interactive in Harrogate this week. Permanent CTO for Nucleus/James Hay tie-up Andrew Smith has been confirmed as permanent chief technology officer (CTO) for the combined Nucleus and James Hay platform group. Also, look out for the October issue of Money Marketing, coming soon, in which editor Katey Pigden meets James Hay chief executive Richard Rowney. What is a platform? Debate still lingers about what a platform is. Clive Waller, managing director of CWC Research, asks: is there for scope for advisers to have their own ‘admin hubs’ in their tech? Quote Of The Day Through no fault of my own, regulatory fees have grown more than my waistline after a trip to America – Warren Shute, author of The Money Plan, speaking about the burden of regulation at Money Marketing Interactive in Harrogate earlier this week Stat Attack Source: Barclays In Other News HSBC Asset Management has appointed Caroline Keany as a senior portfolio manager within the Emerging Markets Debt investment team. Keany joined on 6 September and reports to the head of global emerging market debt, Bryan Carter. She will join Julio Obeso as co-manager of all the firm’s Emerging Markets corporate debt strategies. With over 20 years’ experience, Keany joins from EMSO Asset Management, where she held several roles. Most recently, she was senior portfolio manager and partner responsible for directing a team of analysts. She also led EM corporate debt investments for the firm’s total return hedge funds. Keany’s previous investment roles were as a portfolio manager at Dillon Read Capital Management (now UBS Securities) and as a credit analyst at Moore Capital. Apex Group has entered into a joint venture with VCP Advisor. As part of this strategic partnership, VCP Advisors will re-brand as Apex VCP. VCP Advisors works with firms as well as closed-ended and open-ended funds across areas such as private equity, private credit, venture capital, infrastructure, etc. It provides advisory, capital raising and restructuring services to the institutional and family office investor community. This partnership will enable clients to benefit from VCP’s experience in alternative asset management advisory while getting access to the wider Apex Group’s single-source solution. The joint venture further supports the Group’s expansion strategy for global fund marketing and distribution services. This announcement follows the recent launch of CSSF-regulated FundRock Distribution S.A. as well as the acquisitions of ARM Swiss Representatives SA. and Senasen Group. J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) has appointed Andrew Parry as head of investments and member of the executive team. Parry will join JOHCM in mid-February 2022 and will be based in London. He will provide investment oversight to JOHCM’s 14 investment teams, such as Regnan, JOHCM’s responsible investment arm. Parry has over 30 years of asset management experience. His focus is on equities, investment strategy, business development, leadership and strategic client relationships. He most recently served as head of sustainable investing at Newton Investment Management. Prior to this, Parry was at Hermes Investment Management for 13 years where he was head of sustainable Investing. While at Hermes, he formed the Impact Opportunities team with Tim Crockford. Crockford now heads up the Equity Impact Solutions team at Regnan. From Elsewhere Unpublished ECB inflation estimate raises prospect of earlier rate rise ( Financial Times ) Scotland faces £8.5bn black hole after independence vote ( The Telegraph ) Did You See? Amazon has already established a tie-in with Indian insurer Acko General Insurance, and funded a fintech in the country. Is Amazon financial services on its way to the UK? In response to a leader column I wrote speculating about whether Amazon will move into the UK wealth management space, well-respected Money Marketing columnist Nic Cicutti gives his thoughts . 17th September 20219:30 am
BITE Alternative Investments Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was BITE Alternative Investments founded?
BITE Alternative Investments was founded in 2019.
Where is BITE Alternative Investments's headquarters?
BITE Alternative Investments's headquarters is located at 28 Eccleston Square, Pimlico, London.
What is BITE Alternative Investments's latest funding round?
BITE Alternative Investments's latest funding round is Unattributed.
How much did BITE Alternative Investments raise?
BITE Alternative Investments raised a total of $250K.
Who are the investors of BITE Alternative Investments?
Investors of BITE Alternative Investments include JMP Group, Apex Group and Fin Capital.
Who are BITE Alternative Investments's competitors?
Competitors of BITE Alternative Investments include Anduin and 5 more.
What products does BITE Alternative Investments offer?
BITE Alternative Investments's products include Private Market Technology Solutions and 1 more.
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