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New Free Multi-Asset Fund Range Due Diligence system

New multi-asset fund due diligence system from DD|hub:
The new area of due diligence data covers:

  • 57 multi-asset fund ranges
  • 30 fund houses (and more being added)
  • 100+ due diligence questions, split between the fund house and the fund itself
  • Areas covered
    • governance and oversight
    • operational infrastructure and resilience
    • custody arrangements
    • business continuity
    • ESG
    • what assets are used
    • liquidity
    • fees
    • investment process and
    • risk management
Along with Platform, discretionary management and MPS due diligence data, DD|hub helps you meet your regulatory need to conduct detailed due diligence on your CIP providers.

Choosing a platform or discretionary manager - an Adviser Guide to research and due diligence. 

Existing DD|hub users – simply login for immediate, free access
New DD|hub users – register free here.


DFM Due Diligence Made Simple

With suitability and product governance in the spotlight, advisers need to demonstrate that they have selected appropriate solutions for their clients and undertaken the necessary due diligence on the provider. DD|hub simplifies the process and helps make and record decisions in a compliant way.
DD|hub can be used by advisory businesses of all sizes to select providers for their Centralised Investment Proposition (CIP) this includes platforms, discretionary investment managers, MPS and multi-asset funds. Reviews are undertaken at a firm level, so multiple users can access the same data and work on an assessment together.

What is DD|hub?

DD|hub is a free comprehensive library of due diligence questions, with responses from major discretionary investment managers and specialist boutiques, platforms and multi-asset fund managers. It provides a simple, centralised solution for advisers to manage the CIP due diligence process.

Learn more here.


  • View research and due diligence data from a wide range of discretionary managers, platforms, MPS and multi-asset funds.
  • Filter the range of services available to meet your firm’s and your clients’ requirements
  • Examine detailed factsheets, with in-depth questions and responses
  • Export the data in PDF and Excel format, or…
  • …use the built-in scoring tools to keep track as you review responses
  • Create a full report, for discussion and agreement at your firm’s governance committee
  • Lock down responses and scores, as a permanent record for compliance and PI purposes
  • Follow providers and get alerts when they change a response to your question, to help PROD compliance
  • Re-run assessments with updated data, for easy review.

Why use DD|hub?

  • If you use discretionary investment managers, MPS, platforms or multi-asset funds, DD|hub makes due diligence straightforward. It will save hours of administrative slog and frustration.
  • The answers to the questions you have chosen will be delivered instantly (in most cases) and in a structured format so that subsequent comparison and selection is made easier.
  • The framework helps you filter the market, home in on providers and services that meet your requirements and conduct deeper analysis. The system records your work and selections which you can save for reference and compliance purposes. It also allows you to automatically monitor services you are interested in, on an ongoing basis.
  • The system is constantly growing so if you don’t see a discretionary manager, MPS platform or multi-asset fund range you want, just ask and DD|hub will contact them.
  • It’s free, easy to use and quick - so sign up and see what’s available
  • If you want more information call Chris Jones or David Lee on 0203 633 2185, visit the website or click here to register.


Free adviser guide

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