Investment analytics firm Aumni raises $50m

Investment analytics platform Aumni has raised $50 million in a Series B funding round led by JP Morgan.

The Salt Lake City, Utah based firm, which launched its flagship product in 2018, provides data infrastructure for private capital markets.

Aumni claims its technology can unlock, structure, and analyse data in private portfolios to track key investment rights, portfolio performance, and emerging investment patterns.

Pelion Venture Partners also participated in the round alongside WndrCo, Citadel Securities, Invesco Private Capital, Vanderbilt University, and Kera Capital.

Aumni said it will use the funds to deepen its presence with investors in private capital markets and expand its offering to limited partners, law firms, and company founders.

The firm, which was founded by ex-corporate lawyers Tony Lewis and Kelsey Chase, claim it has analysed more than 100,000 investment transactions since its launch.

“Our strategic investment in Aumni will allow the company to continue to capitalize on its impressive growth trajectory, unlocking data insights that have historically remained inaccessible in the private markets,” said Michael Elanjian, head of digital innovation, corporate and investment banking, JP Morgan.

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