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Due Diligence FAQs

Should the fund have investment restrictions?

In relation to certain investment products, such as a UCITS funds or listed funds, the applicable regulations require the establishment of specific limitations.

However, even in the absence of such regulations some good practice limits for the manager’s remit should be established within the offering documents. Legally unenforceable risk profiles, which may be stated outside of contractually binding offering documents, are not sufficient to be considered investment restrictions.

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