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Due Diligence FAQs

Who should do the valuation of assets and calculation of NAV?

The Administrator should be responsible for the valuation of assets and the calculation of the NAV without the involvement of the manager.

If there are hard-to-value or illiquid assets it is preferred that an external valuation agency assists the administrator in valuing such assets. If the manager is involved in the valuation of assets, it should provide evidence to the administrator to justify the valuation which the administrator can scrutinise.

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