Abbove, the Belgian wealth management platform recognized by "Forbes" magazine as one of the best wealth-tech software providers in Europe.
Brussels, Wednesday 30th November 2022. The annual review of family office software providers "The 2022 roundup of family office software providers" published by Forbes confirms the place of the Brussels-based scale-up among the world's elite wealth-tech solutions. This selection, realized by the Danish agency "AndSimple" for the American magazine, combines a technical analysis of the solution with the use cases made by market professionals.
This is a new international recognition for Abbove (formerly known as PaxFamilia) who has been garnering international awards (see press release: WealthTech100 - WealthBriefing Awards) and commercial successes. Several banking groups such as Deutsch Bank or the Quintet group through its subsidiary Puilaetco have chosen the Abbove technology to offer a global wealth management service to their private banking clients.
A milestone: 1,000 advisors and 27,000 families.
The news comes along with the symbolic milestone of 1,000 advisors using the Abbove platform to support the wealth of more than 27,000 families in Europe. Indirectly, more than 130,000 family members are connected to these services.
For a holistic finance "above and beyond money".
Behind the financial consolidation and wealth planning tools offered by the company, lies a more aspirational goal. Abbove envisions a world where families are empowered to maximize the impact of their wealth, for those who hold it as well as for what surrounds them. To achieve this mission, Abbove puts wealth advisors at the heart of the equation. The platform enables advisors to guide their clients in their wealth strategy through a holistic approach to their assets and the life goals they set.
About the Annual Technology Round-up:
Francois Botha, the founder of Simple (a global knowledge provider for family offices) is a contributor for Forbes on Family Office Leadership since 2018. He compiles and publishes an annual list of technology providers for forbes.com.
The annual roundup of family office software providers draws on the research done by Simple and includes a global selection of companies, both established and emerging, that have a clear understanding of the family office market and an offering that has a clear use case in this segment.