Illiquid markets will mean administrators will need to adapt business models to provide the necessary resources to value illiquid positions correctly. Valuations will become more complicated with some positions being placed in side pockets and there is increased risk to both fund managers and administrators with uncertainty over the correct pricing for illiquid positions.
Streamlined back-office processing models will need to change to provide the added value valuation skills not required before.
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