Quality control

As demand for hedge and alternative investment products grows, so does the need for fund administrators that can support the increased complexity and sophistication of products the funds use.

A low-fee schedule is no longer a discriminating criterion when selecting the most appropriate fund administrator, and compressing profit margins and the need for greater volumes have shifted the focus of the contest between administrators towards qualitative elements of the relationship.

Assessing the

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