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FRA hosts a workshop on Standards of Professional Conduct and the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS)

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Judge Khalid Al-Nashar,  FRA’s Deputy Chairman will inaugurate a workshop on “Standards of Professional Conduct and the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS)” hosted by FRA at its headquarters in Smart Village during the period 17-18 of this month in coordination with CFA Society Egypt.   In the first day, attendees will discuss the problem of ethics and standards of professional conduct and shed light on the impact of bias on decision making, especially on investment decision making, with examples of interactive cases to understand how to overcome these ethical dilemmas.

The second day of the workshop will focus on the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) in order to enhance integrity and transparency in the non-banking financial markets, with the participation of speakers from the “CFA Institute”, highlighting the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS), the necessities that led to its application and development and understanding compliance requirements.

The dialogue within the events addresses understanding of the fundamental principles of full disclosure and fair representation of investment performance results in accordance with performance standards. In addition to shedding lights on the GIPS Advertising Guidelines.

Al-Nashar emphasizes that FRA is keenness to sponsor specialized workshops to ensure the need for professional qualification in the field of finance and investment and specialized expertise in the non-banking financial markets.  He adds that as part of its regulatory role in the non-banking financial markets, amendments have been made to its Staff Regulations to develop incentives so as to encourage a trend towards increasing the knowledge of its employees and improving risk management.
 

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Abbreviation: FRA
Jurisdiction: Egypt

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