There are numerous outsourced relationships in Guernsey within both the fund and trust sectors. This course looks at investigating and managing those relationships.
Service level agreements are a key tool when managing relationships. This course examines why this is so, and the protection and clarity that can be provided for both parties as a result.
This course takes the form of a workshop where you will be given a series of scenarios to discuss and provide solutions on.
- Standard Guernsey fund model
- GFSC requirements
- Impact of regulation
Outsourced environments and case studies
- Principal manager
- Designated manager
- How to monitor the relationship
- Documentation/follow up
Reviewing NAVs and sample selection
- Reviewing NAVs
- Understanding client systems
Due diligence visits
- Due diligence overview
- Pre questionnaires
- Types of control
The objective of this course is to provide you with a deeper understanding of the oversight environment in Guernsey and you will investigate both the regulatory and the practical process of an outsourced relationship.
The course is suitable for those working within the fund industry in Guernsey involved in an activity that has been outsourced. Typically this would be either fund administration and/or accounting functions.
Using actual examples and case studies, you will focus on the key components of implementing effective relationship management. The morning will be highly interactive with a number of group exercises.
Following the course, you should be able to take practical outsourced management skills back to the workplace.
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