FundApps organises regulatory information & delivers a cloud based managed-service to automate shareholding disclosure and monitor investment restrictions We believe lengthy implementations, expensive licenses and ugly, complicated software should be a thing of the past.
So called "Apps" have revolutionised the software industry, leading to one click installations, close to zero configuration and a usability level which is so high that user manuals are unnecessary.
Likewise FundApps offers the same in easy-to-implement and easy-to-use software to the investment industry, while still delivering more advanced functionality than any of its peers. Our flagship product ("Rapptr") is a regulatory rules engine with a web front-end, which monitors the positions of hedge funds, investment banks and asset managers for required shareholding disclosures (major shareholding, short selling & takeover) and investment restriction (UCITS, 40 Act, Internal Guideline) breaches.
|Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)||68||(-2%)|
Time since last funding
|10 years ago|
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When was FundApps founded?
FundApps was founded in 2010.
Who are FundApps key executives?
FundApps's key executives are Andrew P. White, David Polonsky and Tyrene Soler.
How many employees does FundApps have?
FundApps has 68 employees.
Who are FundApps competitors?
Competitors of FundApps include Two Sigma Investments, Man Group and Renaissance Technologies.
Where is FundApps headquarters?
FundApps headquarters is located at 32-38 Scrutton St, Shoreditch, London.
Where are FundApps offices?
FundApps has offices in London, New York and Singapore.
How many offices does FundApps have?
FundApps has 4 offices.
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