PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 30, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- As an experienced investment banker, valuation professional and all-around financial maven, Alex Klingelberger
has witnessed a significant amount of transitions in the way both industry experts and consumers approach capital markets. In the wake of the recent recession, Klingelberger says these shifts have proven even more noticeable, specifically as transparency and regulatory compliance play greater roles in the way the industry is shaped. In addition to the shift from individual to multiple asset trends, Klingelberger reveals that technological evolution is also reshaping the way America takes on investment practices.
Throughout his career, Alex Klingelberger has found that technological resources have proven invaluable to the investment banking professionals and many other leaders in the field. For example, Klingelberger explains, "Technology tools have become an indispensable part of the deal and workflow for investment bankers. From information platforms such as CapitalIQ or ThomsonOne to deal exchange networks including PE-Nexus, it's difficult to envision how we would conduct our mission-critical activities in the absence of tech-based productivity tools upon which we've become reliant."
However, as consumers become more involved in the state of their investments, Alex Klingelberger suspects that technology will also reshape the way the general public approaches the financial environment. To illustrate this point, he points to a recent article
from Tabb Forum that discusses how big data will impact the way Americans understand the greater shifts in capital markets.
The article explains, "The use of mobile technology will enable market participants to quickly access information they need, pinpointing exact answers rather than being buried in a deluge of data. By shortening the path to insight, further questions and deeper analysis can be completed, moving research from multiple sources of information (often irrelevant noise) to specific answers to individual questions. From idea generation to portfolio management, the changing focus on customer centricity will break the [mold]. Whereas legacy siloed systems worked in isolation, cross-asset execution will require a [standardized] approach to pricing, routing and execution. A holistic view will provide more efficient risk management and regulatory compliance through better data analysis of current positions."
While mobile technology is important to the shift and improvement in investment practices, the article suggests that it is essential that leaders in the field develop systems that are optional and tailored to the individual. Additionally, Tabb notes that in order for consumers to become more involved with such tech-integration, data will need to be applied and presented in a way that is clear for every investor to use strategically. For Klingelberger, it is essential for all industry figures to implement a solution set that presents these qualities.
"Mobile technology is part of that solution set, both in terms of how these productivity tools will attempt to differentiate themselves and also in the sense that we can expect new mobility-based apps to become part of the workflow going forward," Alex Klingelberger concludes.
Alex Klingelberger is a seasoned investment banker and valuation professional who has served Emerging Growth companies for more than a decade. Klingelberger specializes in advising top companies on matters including mergers and acquisitions, expansion capital, tax valuation and financial regulatory compliance. With a strong track record for delivering top results in a short amount of time, Klingelberger has successfully built a solid client base that continues to expand. As a professional who strives to understand the individual needs of each client, Klingelberger has developed a formidable acumen in the software and tech services industries. Today, Klingelberger, a graduate of the University of Texas, serves as the Managing Director of his own boutique investing banking firm known as Whitehawk Advisory.