Operational due diligence has grown in importance to institutional investment in hedge funds

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Thorough and regular operational due diligence has become the mantra of institutional investors as they realise the importance of robust operational risk management on returns and the long-term viability of a fund. On the other side fund managers need to provide institutional-quality operational infrastructure with the attendant considerable cost and resource commitment if they want to attract and continue to hold institutional assets.

This is the post-2008 world where over 70% of hedge fund

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