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Due Diligence FAQs

Should the fund make use of order/execution management systems?

Where possible, all investments and orders should be processed through an established and controlled order management or execution management system (an “OMS” or “EMS”). Submitting trades through such a system provides a centralized system for investment processing, a reliable audit trail and enables the manager to automate and control its investment compliance and allocation functions.

In our view, the use of a good system for portfolio management applies equally to liquid as well as illiquid strategies, even if their functions are somewhat different.

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