Mirador

Mirador is a service provider delivering operations and financial reporting solutions to the U/HNW wealth management industry.

We serve those who serve wealth. Mirador is a team of financial and technology experts who leverage decades of experience to enable client success, from best-in-class financial reporting services, to technology consulting and solutions, and middle office services.

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What is Mirador?
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Mirador offers a consolidated reporting solution.
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What does Mirador do?
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Mirador utilises the best third-party reporting tools to help clients identify opportunities and risks within their portfolio.
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How does Mirador work?
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Mirador’s approach to financial reporting is comprehensive financial reporting complete with end-to-end performance reporting and aggregation systems, private portfolio analytics for investors and wealth managers, client collection management and reporting and more.
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How much does Mirador cost?
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Mirador offers both consulting as well as ongoing reporting. The pricing structure of the former is based on the project's complexity while the latter is based on AuM.