The Client Due Diligence (CDD) process for private markets investments has become ever more burdensome in recent years.

This applies to institutional investors; insurance companies and pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, family offices and fund managers investing in secondaries.

Investors now need to provide a high volume of CDD materials and address a booklet of supplementary questions. This is frequently required both for the fund and to satisfy the requirements of administrators and other third-party providers.