Due Diligence

Due Diligence

Our services provide investors with an independent review of an asset managers operations and investments. Each review assesses the asset manager and the fund’s commitment to regulations and industry best practice standards from AIMA, MFA, ILPA and Invest Europe (formerly known as EVCA). Our reports cover single strategies, hedge funds, fund of funds, private equity and real estate investments. We are a trusted partner that provides independent due diligence services within the fund industry. Our services include:

Operational Due Diligence

Laven Partners’ ODD services some of the largest firms and investors. Our reports cover investment strategies ranging from credit to classic equity, fixed income, long short macro, CTAs, managed accounts, real estate and private equity. Since 2009, Laven Partners has held the ISO 9001:2008 quality standard designation for the quality and reliability of its independent process of ODD. Learn More

Investment Due Diligence

Laven Partners’ IDD provides unique insights into risks associated with investments, risk management policies and global regulatory requirements for risk management. Each IDD evaluates the portfolio positions and measures them against the investment mandate, the risk/return profile and risk guidelines. Learn More

Laven Partners' Due Diligence Manager

Industry-leading software designed to reduce the time, costs and risks of human errors, associated with the due diligence processes. The DDM software is used to aggregate information and to match it to content checks, while its format is based on clients’ own templates. Learn More

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