Today we are speaking to Ryan Eisenman, co-founder and CEO of Arch, a leading fintech startup that is a digital administrator for private investments. I thought it would be great to catch up with Ryan to get a look under the hood of a rapidly growing B2B SaaS company tackling one of asset management’s persistent back office issues such as K-1s and capital calls, as well as a look at how their focus on product and customer experience can help you stand out in the burgeoning fintech space. As someone who has personally struggled from the deluge of unstructured data in a family office, I am always interested in how technology can solve this ultimate of pain points in a family office or RIA, and Ryan and his team are on the cutting edge of applying new technology, including AI to this area. We hear his founder story and how he and his co-founders Jason Trigg and Joel Stein have approached pricing, market fit, handling data, and all the different types of customers and their individual challenges. Right after we recorded this interview, Arch closed a $20 million Series A led by Menlo Ventures, with Craft Ventures, Quiet Capital, Citi Ventures, and Focus Financial joining. The group has over 200 customers managing over $60 Billion.
Ryan Eisenman is the co-founder and CEO of Arch, a digital solution for managing private-market assets like private equity, venture capital, and real estate. What started as a solution for collecting K-1s is now used to automate portfolio management and analysis by over 200 institutional clients, private offices, and investment advisors, including one of the three biggest US banks. Ryan is a Houston native, graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Human and Organizational Development, and lives in New York City, where Arch is based.
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Joe Reilly is a family office consultant, and the host of the Private Capital Podcast as well as the Inheritance Podcast.
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