Mercatus Wins Portfolio Monitoring/Risk Assessment Technology Award from The Drawdown

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San Mateo, CA—January 21, 2021
Mercatus is pleased to announce it was awarded the “Portfolio Monitoring/Risk Assessment” technology award from The Drawdown as part of its annual Private Equity Service Provider Awards (PEPSA) ceremony in London, England today.

The Drawdown, which is published by Real Deals Media, convened a panel of leading private equity COOs, CFOs, CCOs, GCs, and CTOs to decide on the winners for this category.

Mercatus is an investment data management platform for private market fund managers and asset owners. In addition to solving data challenges in portfolio monitoring, our platform also includes frameworks for asset management, deal management, valuation management, and ESG.

“We’re honored to be included in the winner’s circle at the Private Equity Service Provider Awards from The Drawdown,” said Haresh Patel, co-founder, and CEO of Mercatus. “We’ve been growing fast over the past 12 months and our clients consistently tell us it is due to our client-first approach, the flexibility of our platform, and the fact that we solve complex data challenges for the entire investment lifecycle. And it’s the only platform that enables scenario analysis, which is key for portfolio monitoring.”

To see how Mercatus might be able to solve your private market data challenges, visit and request a demo.

About the Drawdown
The Drawdown provides vital insight and analysis for mid-and back-office private equity professionals, including COOs, CFOs, and investor relations. Published by Real Deals Media, The Drawdown produces monthly magazines, daily online content, regular newsletters, and several events.

About Mercatus
Mercatus is an investment data management platform for private market fund managers that need to solve the complexity of their private investment data. We offer a single platform to manage the entire investment lifecycle: from deal to divestment, asset to fund, debt to equity.

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