ALPS provides customized asset servicing and asset gathering solutions to the Financial services community through an entrepreneurial culture based on the commitment to “Do Things Right.” Founded in 1985, ALPS continues to actively promote all of its various business segments, from asset servicing through ALPS Fund Services,Inc. to asset gathering through ALPS Distributors, Inc. and ALPS Advisors, Inc. Headquartered in Denver, with offices in Boston, New York, Seattle, and Toronto, ALPS, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DST Systems, Inc., today represents more than 500 employees, over 250 clients, and an executive team that has been in place for more than 18 years.
30 Years of Excellence and Consistency
2014 Global Custodian Mutual Fund Administration Award
#1 Service Provider in North America
Global Custodian Mutual Fund Adminstration Survey 2008-2011
Ranked top 5 Hedge Fund Administrator servicing funds with $1 billion in assets
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Institutional Investor ALPHA Awards
Fastest Growing Mutual Fund Manager
2012 Strategic Insight
We consider ourselves to be a partner to our clients, not a vendor, by providing service beyond what is required in our contracts. As highlighted in our Guiding Principles, ALPS was founded on the premise to always "Do Things Right" and this motto still flourishes within our company today.
Management at ALPS has made a conscious decision to control growth so that we never have to compromise our service levels or our reputation in the industry for delivering tailored, high-touch services to our clients. By following this philosophy, ALPS has demonstrated a consistent ability over the years to grow revenues while maintaining high levels of service and excellence.
Truly customized service requires care and forethought. To ensure we can always fulfill that commitment, we aim to partner with like-minded clients who share our values. Your success is our success; therefore, we maintain a deep commitment to providing a range of high-quality services critical to the growth of your funds.