One of the most common documents investors will request when performing due diligence on a investment fund (or hedge fund) is the due diligence questionnaire (“DDQ”). DDQ’s are basically the highlights of the firm’s most frequently asked questions – or the ones the fund wants to answer. What many investors fail to realize is that DDQ’s, just like pitchbooks, are marketing documents. A competent fund manager will most likely attempt to present the information in the DDQ in the most positive light possible.
The typical DDQ may take a fund manager several days if not weeks to complete. FDR recognizes that although the DDQ is a necessary tool for the Manager and takes a considerable amount of your valuable time. FDR’s Team has the experience and knowledge to complete your DDQ quickly and accurately.