GIPS: an independent stamp of quality


At the same time as family offices are increasingly considering opening their internal product suite to external investors, Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) are increasingly being demanded by institutional allocators as an independent stamp of quality helping them differentiate between houses.

As Hedge Funds Review speaks with Brian Chapman, director at KPMG in London about what GIPS involves, he notes correspondence from an un-named family office who has been contacted by a Dutch

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