Second Annual NYSSA GIPS Forum

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Second Annual NYSSA GIPS Forum

Wednesday May 17 2017
3:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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Location

NYSSA Conference Center
1540 Broadway
Suite 1010 (45th Street Entrance)

New York, NY 10036

Registration Deadline

Tuesday, May 16 2017

Fees

$25 for Members
$50 for Non-Members

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4.0 Credits

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The Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) are a set of standardized, industry-wide ethical principles that provide investment management firms with guidance on how to calculate and report investment performance to prospective clients. Investment managers voluntarily choose to abide by the GIPS standards – compliance is not mandated by any law or regulation. For many years, GIPS compliance has been seen as an essential ingredient that can make or break a firm’s marketing efforts in terms of winning new mandates and maintaining institutional clients. To this date, more than 1,200 firms have registered with the CFA Institute as claiming compliance with the GIPS Standards. This event will provide a forum in New York to discuss the most recent developments in the GIPS standards and share views on the challenges and opportunities of their implementation. The Forum will feature GIPS experts from the CFA Institute, GIPS committees, asset owners and asset management firms and will rely on the active participation of the attendees for an exchange of ideas and to identify solutions for current implementation questions.

Agenda

3:00-3:30 Registration and Networking

3:30-3:35 Opening Remarks
Harumi Urata-Thompson, CFA, COO, New York Society of Security Analysts

3:35-3:40 Introduction
Antonella Puca, CFA, CIPM, CPA, Board of Directors, New York Society of Security Analysts

3:40-4:15 Keynote Address – GIPS Implementation: A Status Update and a View of GIPS 2.0
Jonathan Boersma, CFA, Head of Professional Standards and Director on GIPS Executive Committee, CFA Institute

4:15-4:30 Presentation of Ashland GIPS Survey
Richard J. Kemmling, CPA, CIPM, CGMA, Partner & President of Ashland Partners & Co. LLP

4:30-5:10 Panel 1 – GIPS Technical Update
Moderator: Michael A. Wilhelm, CFA, Senior Vice President, U.S. Trust
Thomas A. Peters, CPA, CIPM, Director, Audit & Accounting Investment industry Group Leader
Beth Kaiser, CFA, CIPM, Director of Investment Performance Standards, CFA Institute
Ken Robinson, CFA, CIPM, Director of Investment Performance Standards, CFA Institute

5:10-5:30 Break

5:30-6:00 Calculation of Net Returns: Challenges and Solutions
Krista Harvey, CFA, CIPM, Chair, U.S. Investment Performance Council
Andre Mirabelli, Ph.D., Director of Performance Analytics, Opturo

6:00-6:20 Case Study: Becoming GIPS Compliant—Rockefeller & Co
Randi Lederman, Compliance Officer, Rockefeller & Co
Allison K. Munro Jr., Director of Portfolio Analytics and Risk Management; Managing Director, Rockefeller & Co

6:20-7:00 Panel 2: GIPS Implementation: A practitioner’s Perspective
Moderator: Jed Schneider, CIPM, FRM, Senior Vice-President, Lazard Asset Management
Daniel L. SendrowitzChief Compliance Officer, Daruma Capital Management
David Spaulding, DPS, CIPM, the CEO & Founder of The Spaulding Group, Inc
Allison K. Munro Jr., Director of Portfolio Analytics and Risk Management; Managing Director, Rockefeller & Co

7:00-7:30 GIPS Help Desk
Moderator: Edward Ha, CFA, CIPM, Portfolio Manager, Senior Quantitative Analyst, Gerstein Fisher
Beth Kaiser, CFA, CIPM, Director of Investment Performance Standards, CFA Institute
Ken Robinson, CFA, CIPM, Director of Investment Performance Standards, CFA Institute

7:30-8:30 Networking Reception

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