The Most Innovative Platform in the Industry
Access to Institutional Alternative Investments
Our proprietary platform makes it simple for advisors and allocators to build custom portfolios based on client risks, requirements, and expectations. Through our platform and network, we significantly reduce the typical operational and research burdens that limit our clients' ability to access institutional alternative investments. Now advisors can offer clients funds at reduced minimums, making themselves more attractive to high-net-worth clients.
Three Ways to Build a Portfolio Using our Platform
We can choose the investments and allocation for our clients.
Our clients can source their own investments.
We Combine our clients' own investments with recommendations or models from GLAS and our research partner, FEG.
The GLAS-FEG Collaboration Provides:
to hedge funds and private capital opportunities backed by institutional sourcing and due diligence at low minimums
to design portfolios specific to individual investor needs
and execution through an innovative, multi-series construct, and (digitized legal documents) for simplified operations and documentation
of all hedge fund and private capital funds through a single-source data feed integrated with the advisory firm’s reporting software
Reduced Operational and Administrative Burdens
The GLAS Platform structure simplifies the process into one evergreen subscription agreement that is completed digitally and carries through all investments for a client. Any change to the portfolio is done with a single-page, digital addendum.
With feeder-like characteristics, GLAS Funds establishes each underlying fund position, so there is no need for investors to meet each per-fund minimum themselves.
Our platform provides comprehensive reporting and account statements that provide both fund-level and aggregate detail on performance and flows. Reporting is consolidated so that the necessary information is easily accessible. GLAS Funds is also reportable on investor custodial reporting systems, with detailed digital reporting available for integration with third-party reporting systems.
Taxable investors will only ever receive a single Schedule K-1, regardless of the number of discreet fund positions.