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Guide

About Matrix Levels

 A matrix level is the level of control on a sub-account provided to a Firm or Fund using Networking. The matrix level chosen by a Firm determines the activity allowed between a shareholder and a Fund. Each matrix level:

  • Provides Firms with the flexibility to select options consistent with their business philosophy
  • Identifies the:
    • Reporting responsibilities of the Firm and Fund with regard to each sub-account
    • Processing capabilities the Fund and Firm have in supporting the exchange of information for those sub-accounts

 

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