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Garrison Investment Group selects iLEVEL for portfolio monitoring

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Alternative investment and asset management firm Garrison Investment Group has selected iLEVEL to manage the firm’s portfolio data and streamline their reporting process.

Founded in 2007, Garrison Investment Group focuses on deploying capital in opportunities across corporate finance, financial assets, and real estate. Garrison will initially implement iLEVEL for their Business Development Company (BDC) and Corporate Lending funds.
 
“As our BDC and Corporate Lending businesses continue to grow, we recognise the need for a system to help us analyse portfolio data and report to our investors with greater efficiency and transparency,” says Michelle Rancic, Chief Accounting Officer, Garrison Investment Group. “With iLEVEL, we can standardise portfolio data, better identify trends, and create a single access point for professionals across our organisation.”
 
Rancic added that iLEVEL will also help them automate the collection and management of their portfolio data while streamlining their valuation, asset management, compliance and reporting processes.
 
“A growing number of BDCs and direct lenders are choosing iLEVEL to minimise the administrative burden and gain a deeper level of insight from the data,” says Kevin Black, CEO of iLEVEL. “We welcome Garrison to our diverse community of iLEVEL users, which includes venture, buyout, real estate, distressed debt, mezzanine, and many other players.”
 
The number of firms on iLEVEL has doubled in the past year and includes alternative investment firms of varying sizes that employ a wide range of investment strategies including Private Equity, Real Estate, Credit and Venture Capital. Leading LPs and Funds of Funds are also adopting iLEVEL. More than 5,500 iLEVEL users span the globe, tracking over a billion data points across nearly 50,000 portfolio companies.

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