All investors want more transparency

How do the needs or requirements of investors vary? What are the differences between, say, family offices and institutional investors?


Family offices typically invest across the full spectrum of available assets so are often looking for some form of bespoke reporting that can consolidate positions across private equity, hedge funds, funds of hedge funds (FoHFs), equities, bonds, structured products and exotic instruments, notes Fortis’s Charlie Woolnough.

FoHFs, family offices and institutional investors tend to be more demanding in terms of the timing of receipt of information, such as monthly statements, year-end financial

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