How Do Banks Perform Due Diligence For A Large Number Of Funds?

In this survey we examine how banks balance rigour versus efficiency in their approach to conducting due diligence and ratings for funds.

Banks deal with a large number of fund counterparties including UCITS, SICAVs, pension funds, charitable and sovereign wealth funds.
The number of funds per each fund manager relationship can range from a handful to several hundred or even thousand. In conducting their due diligence and rating approaches with such a large number of funds, banks need to

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