ODD, often an optional luxury before 2008, has become a mandatory component of alternative asset investing and is the tool deployed by investors to ensure that alternative investment managers meet ever evolving and more demanding requirements.
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For professional investors, Operational Due Diligence (“ODD”) has become an increasingly important element of their process to allocate capital to third party asset managers.
Internal and external stakeholders now see a DD Policy as best practice to establish a consistent, evidenced and auditable diligence process across all external manager relationships. When drafted effectively, a policy document guides daily activities, and equally provides a longer-term, strategic framework to oversee the inherent risks of a third-party manager program. Indeed, some global regulators have begun to identify ODD policies as a regulatory issue for prudentially regulated entities.
Cybersecurity has become a top operational due diligence priority. This white paper, supported by a webinar, provides practical guidance to help investors evaluate an investment manager’s cybersecurity environment. What are the questions to ask, and how should an investor rate a manager’s responses?
This paper seeks to bridge the gap between what can quickly become extremely technical subject matter, and more practical guidance as to how to approach cybersecurity during a real world operational diligence review.
Castle Hall Diligence is pleased to present a revised and updated second edition of Redefining Corporate Governance. In the context of a more sophisticated, institutional ODD agenda, investors continue to seek guidance as to implementation of a best practice operational due diligence program. This white paper sets out six criteria – “The 6 C’s of Governance” – which provide a framework for governance best practices.