Private Fund
Operational Due Diligence

COVERING: PE, VC, Private Debt & Credit, Real Assets, and Infrastructure funds

15 Modules (9h:36m)

This course focuses on mastering the skills and knowledge the institutional investor, fund managers, and service providers need to effectively conduct comprehensive due diligence on the non-investment risks associated with private funds.

A certificate of completion can be downloaded upon successful completion of the course

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$995 One Year Access
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Your instructor

Vincent Molino
Head of Operational Risk
Management Solutions
Northern Trust

Vin Molino

Vincent is a Practice Executive and Head of Operational Risk Management Solutions within Front Office Solutions. Vincent has been working in the investment management industry for over fifteen years. Prior to Northern Trust, Vincent was a Principal and Head of the Operational Risk Management Group at Mercer. Vincent has also held positions as the Head of Operational Due Diligence for Permal Group, and has held various leadership positions at Barclays, J.P. Morgan, HSBC and Morgan Stanley. Vincent has spoken at a number of conferences discussing investment industry trends and operational risk management, including conferences hosted by the CFA Society New York, the Managed Funds Association (MFA), the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) and Bloomberg.