Why Castle Hall ?

 

At a glance 

50+

Team members

5,000+

Funds covered

6

Countries

More Resources

  • One of the largest due diligence teams worldwide: team of 50 
  • Award winning DiligenceHub online app
  • Patent pending due diligence process
  • Full integration of investigation due diligence conducted by Exiger 
  • Best Global ODD firm for five consecutive years: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 Alternative Investment Awards.

More Independence

  • Unconflicted – Castle Hall works only for allocators, not managers 
  • Research only – Castle Hall doesn’t manage assets, provide investment advice or take investment decisions. Castle Hall separates the governance, risk and compliance due diligence workflow from the advocacy role of an investment advisor.

More Coverage

  • Completed due diligence on 5,000 fund entities
  • Diligence any manager and any fund – no limitation to a pre- existing coverage list

More flexibility

  • Conduct diligence across all asset classes, including hedge funds, PE and long only
  • Review funds of one, managed accounts and other investor specific structures
  • Engage with Castle Hall on a fund by fund basis with no retainer – or diligence a full portfolio
Contact Us

Partners

Exiger

Exiger

EXIGER is a leading GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) firm, founded by Mike Cherkasky and Michael Beber, previously CEO and EVP, respectively, of Kroll. Castle Hall’s partnership with Exiger provides our clients with robust, detailed background checks in a cost-effective platform.

Factiva

Factiva

OpsMonitor media searches are powered by the Dow Jones Factiva global news database of nearly 33,000 premium sources. With Factiva, all media coverage is fully licensed, copyrighted, and permanently archived.

ReportLab

ReportLab

Reportlab, based in London, provides Castle Hall with industry leading “print PDF” functionality, supporting the seamless delivery of diligence information in dynamically created, print formats. Reportlab’s clients include Wikipedia, Hilton Hotels, Fidelity Funds, and the Royal Mail, the British postal service.