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Fraud is one of the worst fears of hedge fund investors and several recent blow-ups within the industry have focused attention on what is a very real threat.

However, investing in a sub-par manager and not realising the envisioned returns is another risk investors want to minimise. Comprehensive background investigations can play an important role in weeding out managers who pose a strong fraud risk.

Effective due diligence can also be an important tool used to identify those managers whose

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