Necessary operational due diligence

operational risk

Objectives and Limitations

By their very nature, hedge funds remain open to sources of operational risks. Full transparency and tighter regulatory control do not resolve these issues. To continue providing exposure to new risk factors, hedge funds remain exposed to illiquid securities, highly complex financial instruments and, very often, remain rather small operating structures.

Seeking an absolute level of confidence within such an organisation would prove not only utopian but would also be

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