Digital platform for wealth managers sets up in LA’s landmark Pacific Design Center
InvestCloud, the leading digital platform designed specifically for investors and wealth managers, has moved its global headquarters in Los Angeles into the prestigious Pacific Design Center as it expands its operations and targets further global growth.
The new location provides capacity to increase InvestCloud’s headcount to support further planned growth in 2017. In addition to extra space, the new environment has been fitted with unprecedented technical facilities to support interactive collaboration between InvestCloud and client teams, both onsite and virtually.
John Wise, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of InvestCloud, said, “The Pacific Design Center is an iconic building here in LA. It offers us a creative environment to sustain and strengthen our culture as a customer-centric organization that builds fantastic experiences for wealth managers and their customers.”
“Creativity is all important to InvestCloud personnel, whether designers and UX professionals or developers and data architects. We deliberately avoided the grey boxes and cubicles that blight most office buildings to build a creative environment here at the Pacific Design Center. I know our clients in wealth management firms and financial institutions will welcome the opportunity to visit and collaborate on user-centric solutions in this innovative new space.”
WANT TO BUILD A FINANCIAL EMPIRE?
Subscribe to the Global Banking & Finance Review Newsletter for FREE Get Access to Exclusive Reports to Save Time & Money
By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website. We Will Not Spam, Rent, or Sell Your Information.
InvestCloud opened its first international office in London in 2016 and has other North American offices in San Francisco, New York, Toronto and Tampa. The company, founded in a Los Angeles garage by John Wise in 2010, is expanding its presence after significant client wins in the USA, Europe, the Middle East and Australia.
The past few months saw some major developments for the firm, including signing the United States’ biggest bank by assets, JPMorgan Chase, as a client and investor, establishing a partnership with PwC worldwide and acquiring Babel Systems Limited.