The NED’s top 50 alternative fund boards

The NED’s top 50 alternative fund boards

But it’s much more random than that. There can be substantial variance between funds that are in the same asset class, from the same jurisdiction. It’s obvious that some managers have gone to a considerable effort to develop an impressive looking board for their funds and others haven’t.

Some want to have real businesses with boards that will impress investors and others want to do the bare minimum to comply with the regulations. In some cases, there may be a good reason why information on the board is not easily accessible but in most situations that appears not to be the case.

To read further on the article see the June Issue of The NED.

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