Global professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has formed a strategic alliance between the firm’s Real Estate Advisory Services practice and METIS Financial Network, offering clients the benefit of A&M’s extensive real estate valuation, operational and consulting industry expertise, and proprietary tools, alongside METIS’ highly adaptable, scalable data, document and workflow solutions. Here’s how everything comes together:
The alliance enhances the best-in-class, value-added services and technologies available to financial institutions, private equity firms, and other sophisticated investors who look to A&M and METIS for real estate transaction support and valuation management.
Floyd W. Kephart, Chairman of METIS, stated “the breadth and depth of A&M’s real estate consulting practice, together with our unique customizable technology, provides a paradigm shift in how real estate information is transformed into actionable, value-enhancing strategies.”
METIS provides platform technology that automates key elements of a client’s process to enhance productivity, improve transparency and streamline communication between all stakeholders in the process. “We differentiate ourselves by listening to our client and understanding their workflow, strategies and business goals in order to develop and implement a tailored solution that addresses their unique needs. Our technology not only converts “big data” to user-focused data quickly, but produces key analytics and market information critical for effective management and decision making”, said Joy Hou CEO of METIS.
Privately-held since 1983, A&M is a global professional services firm that delivers performance improvement, turnaround management and business advisory services to organizations seeking to transform operations, catapult growth and accelerate results through decisive action. METIS provides custom-tailored platform technology for the management of data, documents and workflow, and has extensive experience in delivering solutions to the real estate industry, with a focus on financial institutions, equity funds and investors.
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