According to a survey by AM 20/20, 63% of consultants are more likely to recommend a manager based on a thorough RFP response, and 54 % of institutions are more likely to hire a manager based on the same thing.
In short, sound RFP responses are critical to success, and those that are generic or unorganized will fail.
This guide not only identifies three common characteristics of subpar RFP responses and how they can effect a firm’s opportunity, but also the five vital components of a robust RFP.
When consolidated into a single solution, having these components can make the completion process smoother and overall submission more comprehensive.
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