Sumit Mahajan, CAIA, FRM

Managing Director, Head of Client Service
Sumit has 17 years of experience in designing, developing and delivering business critical technology solutions in the financial and software industry. As part of the company’s leadership team, and Head of Client Services and Implementation, Sumit oversees client management, implementation and delivery of financial solutions, along with overall strategy of the company’s growth.

Sumit has worked as a client strategy expert in asset management with expertise in listed and alternative space; and understanding of portfolio management, trading and operational workflow. Prior to joining Portfolio BI, Sumit was a Managing Director at ACA Technology Solutions and was responsible for client service and implementations of the NorthPoint Product Suite and Decryptex Trade Surveillance.  Before joining ACA, Sumit was a consultant specializing in software solutions for multi strategy, global macro and multi-strategy hedge funds. Early in his career, Sumit worked as a programmer with Wipro Technologies.

Sumit is a CAIA and FRM charter holder and received his Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science from Punjab Technical University, India.

Blog Posts

The SEC Proposes New Oversight Requirements for Third Parties

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) unveiled protective new proposals in October 2022 which would affect all investment firms that outsource certain functions or services to third party contractors.

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The importance of accurate data reporting for funds regulated by the SEC

SEC commissioner Caroline Crenshaw recently spoke on data quality and accuracy, noting that there are “many tools available to aid with the submission of high-quality, accurate data.”

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The SEC revamps Form PF

Introduced under the Dodd-Frank Act as a mechanism to enable US regulators to proactively identify build-ups of systemic risk in the private funds industry

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Private equity – a long, winding digital journey

We have long spoken about private equity regarding their lack of automation and steadfast refusal to digitalise core operations - at least relative to other asset classes such as hedge funds and long-only managers – but it seems the private equity industry is finally starting to play catch-up.

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