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WealthForge Signs New Sponsor to Altigo, Makes Inc. 5000 for Second Year

Post on: August 16, 2019 | Ryan Gunn | 0

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Richmond, VA – Altigo, a technology platform developed by WealthForge to bring straight through processing automation to alternative investments, has expanded its offering showcase with the addition of Capital Square 1031, one of the leading sponsors of 1031 Exchange DST products. Traditionally, 1031 Exchange investment transactions require a lengthy, error-prone, paper-based process. Altigo transforms that process with a frictionless, technology-enabled user experience for advisors, dramatically reduces errors and cost for sponsors, and expedites transactions for all parties involved.

“Capital Square is always looking for ways to help investors. Our partnership with WealthForge on Altigo helps overcome the challenges associated with subscribing for securities sold in private placements,” said Louis Rogers, founder and chief executive officer of Capital Square. “The transition from paper to electronic documents is a tremendous step forward that will benefit investors, sponsors like Capital Square, selling broker-dealers and financial advisors who sell private securities.”

This announcement follows a period of strong growth for WealthForge. Inc. magazine recently announced the Inc. 5000, their list of the fastest-growing private companies. For a second year in a row, WealthForge made the list, placing at #1156, thanks to 359% revenue growth over the past 3 years. WealthForge joins Capital Square and 40 other Richmond, VA companies that placed on the list.

To learn more about Altigo, watch the overview video here.

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