The 21st Annual GIPS Standards Conference will be held 14–15 September 2017 in San Diego, California. The event is focused on the implementation and application of the Global Investment Performance (GIPS) standards. Subject experts share best practices and speak to the key issues and major developments in setting the standards of investment performance measurement and reporting that are reliable and comparable across markets. This conference is essential for any investment performance or compliance professional. And this year, we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the GIPS standards.
The latest regulatory developments and the current state of SEC examinations, among other topics, will be front and center at the GIPS Standards Conference in Chicago.
We asked firms if they comply with the 2010 edition, the 2020 edition, or neither. The majority of firms (74%) still claim compliance with the 2010 new edition. Only 9% have adopted the 2020 edition.
Thorough, independent operational due diligence provides investors with a review of investment firms’ operational standards and the ethical conduct of its managers.
In a continuing effort to build market integrity, CFA Institute has made it easier and more efficient to adopt the Asset Manager Code. It will also begin requiring annual notification of compliance.
The OCIE at the SEC takes a transparent, risk-based, and data driven approach in examining whether registered firms are complying with SEC rules and regulations.
FINRA’s Advertising Regulation Department is tasked with reviewing firms’ communications and faces challenges in keeping up with the changes social media has brought to the arena.
In a step toward being relevant for all investment vehicles and in response to requests from the industry, new guidance on applying the GIPS® standards to pooled funds will be available soon.
GIPS 20:20 is the next update of the GIPS standards and the focus is on ensuring that the Standards are relevant for all asset classes and types of asset managers.
The ever changing investment management industry means the GIPS standards also have to evolve to remain relevant and continue to provide maximum value.
As alternative investment strategies become mainstream, complying with the GIPS standards will help alternatives managers stand out from the crowd.
Dan diBartolomeo discusses behavioral aspects of risk in financial markets, including how individual behavior shapes the way industry deals with risk and common risk measures that are potentially useful but often misunderstood.
Experts who share best practices and speak to key issues and major developments in the performance measurement field make this conference essential for any performance or compliance professional.
CFA Institute survey reveals how GIPS-compliant firms are identifying and dealing with errors in compliant presentations.
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