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Shadow Accounting

Why no hedge fund can afford to be without it

WILL BROADWAY, SALES MANAGER, ALTERNATIVES, SS&C ADVENT

Industry competition has sharpened to such a point that shadow accounting is becoming increasingly essential for hedge funds.

The competitive benefits a robust shadowing capability can bring have long been recognised – from enhancing transparency and catching errors to delivering greater operational security and independence. Yet for all but the largest or bestresourced hedge funds, the expense of buying and running the necessary infrastructure meant the cost/benefit analysis was not always compelling enough to make sense.

No longer. Industry demands have changed. And advances in technology and service delivery mean shadowing should now be within the reach of all hedge funds, regardless of size or complexity.

Four reasons shadowing is now a must have

So why has shadow accounting become such a modern priority?

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