DDhub launches due diligence service

Julia Bahr
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DDhub, a centralised solution for managing the due diligence process, has introduced a new platform due diligence service which is free for advisers and paraplanners.

The system focuses on the due diligence questions the regulator is concerned about and gives advisers a quick, convenient route to meeting their regulatory requirements, according to the firm. Covering 19 platforms, it has a library of more than 200 questions including governance and oversight, fraud and scams, safeguarding of client money and assets, best execution, technology and operational resilience, financial resources and conflicts of interest. Additionally, the service provides research questions looking at details of the proposition, pricing, features and options, online serv...

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