Transparency has become a critical issue for both traditional and alternative investment managers, especially in the post-crisis era.
To meet the demands of institutional investors and regulators, many in the industry have adopted the various best practice standards that now exist, and are providing clients with relevant assurance reports. However, as a recent KPMG survey1 reveals, adhering to these standards, and compiling the desired assurance reports, is no longer sufficient.
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