WASHINGTON – Thorough due diligence must be a top priority in advisors' evaluation of alternative investments.

As more and more advisors, particularly those serving high-net-worth clients, consider alternatives, they need to ensure that they are conducting considerable due diligence before recommending that their clients invest in hedge funds, private equity funds or other non-traditional assets, a compliance expert warns.

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