Asset Managers who join DiligenceExchange work with Castle Hall to prepare a DiligenceExchange Transparency Report. Each report presents key data points across the investment manager, the fund and the manager's control environment in a standard format, comparable across all funds and accounts.
Importantly, DiligenceExchange is not simply a basic web DDQ platform which only transfers manager supplied information to investors. Castle Hall conducts our own due diligence work, including "trust but verify" anti-fraud checks such as service provider verifications. This means that data included in each DXC Transparency Report has been externally validated.
For asset managers, DiligenceExchange brings overdue efficiency to the due diligence process, delivering a consistent, verified diligence package to investors. For investors, DiligenceExchange Transparency Reports enable in house teams to move up the value chain to focus on high value questions which impact the investment decision - not core data gathering and verifications.
And the best part - DiligenceExchange Transparency Reports are free of charge to both investors and asset managers.
DiligenceExchange Premium gives investors access to Castle Hall’s DXC library of diligence reports on more than 1,500 funds, which is the industry’s largest due diligence database. Content includes both data submitted by asset managers who elect to prepare DXC Transparency Reports, as well as data gathered as part of our broader diligence coverage. Castle Hall works on behalf of more than 150 global investors, reviewing the industry’s premier asset managers each month.
DiligenceExchange Premium subscribers can also request new DXC reports on any other manager and fund, ensuring that Premium subscribers have 100% coverage across all their investments.
DiligenceExchange Premium reports add valuable analytics to the core DXC data set.