The investment industry is ever-evolving, and the GIPS standards have been updated to meet investor needs. GIPS 2020 was released on June 30, 2019, with an effective date of January 1, 2020. It introduced many changes to improve the standards and ease the burden of compliance for asset owners, alternatives managers, and firms that manage funds.
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On June 30, 2019, the CFA Institute released the 2020 version of GIPS. GIPS 2020 has introduced numerous changes to improve the standards, ease the burden of compliance, and make the process more relevant for many firms in the investment industry. These changes are significant. If you currently claim compliance or are thinking about becoming compliant, you will be impacted by the new standards.
Watch this webinar where we discuss the most significant changes coming out of GIPS 2020.
One of the most extensive changes from prior GIPS versions is the treatment of pooled investment funds. Here are four areas with key changes impacting firms that manage pooled vehicles.
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Kreischer Miller Annual Investment Industry Update
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
The Inn at Villanova
Kreischer Miller’s Thomas Peters Presenting at CFA Society New York’s 4th Annual Performance and Risk Forum
Monday, November 18, 2019
CFA Society New York
New York, NY
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