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Bouncing Back:
How COVID-19 is Advancing Alternative Fund Operations

BNY Mellon examines operational change in the alternative asset management industry during a pandemic and how the working environment could change post COVID-19.




During the course of 2020, the alternative asset management industry, in common with businesses across the world, has had to manage a different set of priorities. The pandemic, and its resultant lockdowns, forced fund managers to rapidly pivot and find ways to continue operating in a remote working environment.

Our two-part report explores operational and business considerations for alternative asset managers in this new normal, including:
  • Resiliency and the switch to remote working
  • Staying connected to employees and maintaining a culture
  • Virtual capital raising, due diligence and investor communications
  • Acceleration of digital technology adoption
  • New ways of operating and diversifying talent
Discover more in our series

Pivoting in a pandemic

Part 1 explores alternative asset managers’ business continuity planning (BCP) and how the industry is managing operational changes caused by the pandemic.



A look to the future

Part 2 looks at what the future may hold for alternative fund operations and how the working environment could look post COVID-19.

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