May 7, 2019 | PRESS RELEASE |
(Costa Mesa, CA, May 7, 2019) – Envision Financial Systems, Inc., a leading provider of real-time investor recordkeeping technology, today announced that Head of Alternative Investment Solutions Mike Huisman has joined the newly-formed NICSA Alternative Investment committee.
The Alternative Investments committee aims to address the lack of standardization in the alternative investment product industry as well as evaluate document requirements for alternative investment processing. They will collaborate on best practices in order to increase efficiency and streamline the process for clients, as well as work to provide education and thought leadership on alternative investments.
As alternative assets continue to grow, Envision has been expanding its alternative investment solutions to serve a broader range of asset managers and alternative investment administrators. Its recent hire of Mike as Head of Alternative Investment Solutions reflects its commitment to innovating and growing within the alternative marketplace.
“Mike’s deep expertise in the field of alternative investment solutions makes him a natural fit for this committee,” said Brian Jones, Executive Vice President for Envision Financial Systems. “We’re proud to have him representing Envision in his pursuits to move the industry forward.”
Mike is involved in several REIT industry user groups including the Information Management Network (IMN) and ADISA, as well as chair for the Institute for Portfolio Alternatives (IPA) Technology group and member of the DTCC advisory board. He has served on the Statistical Advisory Group at the Investment Company Institute (ICI). Mike has a degree in Computer Science from Iowa State University and a certification in Data Science and Applied Analytics from Rockhurst University.
About Envision Financial Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Envision Financial Systems, Inc. is a premier provider of real-time mutual fund recordkeeping technology and outsource solutions. Using in-depth knowledge of the industry and listening to its customers, Envision’s solutions enable firms with subaccounting needs to consolidate and control investor activity, increase representative and investor satisfaction, and help mitigate operational and economic risks. Envision supports over 470 investment companies, comprised of over 16,290 CUSIPS representing over $3.8 trillion is client assets. Envision’s headquarters are in Costa Mesa, California, with offices in Owings Mills, Maryland, Denver, Colorado and Bangalore, India. For more information, visit www.enfs.com.
Envision Financial Systems, Inc.