David Spaulding, DPS, CIPM

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David Spaulding, DPS, CIPM

David is the CEO & Founder of The Spaulding Group, Inc. He is publisher of  ‘The Journal of Performance Measurement’ and author of ‘Measuring Investment Performance’, (McGraw-Hill, 1997), Investment Performance Attribution (McGraw-Hill, 2003), Handbook of Investment Performance (TSG Publishing, 2005), Handbook of Investment Performance (second edition; TSG Publishing, 2011). David also is a contributing author to ‘Performance Measurement in Finance’ (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002), co-editor and contributing author to ‘Readings in Fixed Income Attribution’ (TSG Publishing, 2007), co-editor of ‘Classics in Investment Performance Measurement’ (TSG Publishing, 2009). David serves on the Forum’s Hedge Fund Working Group and the Forum’s IRR Standards Working Group. He is a former member of the AIMR-PPS Implementation Committee, Investment Performance Council (IPC), the U.S. Investment Performance Committee (USIPC; formerly the NAIPC), and the IPC Interpretations Subcommittee.
As a member of the AIMR-PPS Implementation Committee, Dave participated in the development of the 2001 version of the AIMR-PPS standards. As a member of the Investment Performance Council (IPC), he worked on the development of the 2006 edition of GIPS. Dave has over 35 years experience in management and technology, including over 30 years in the financial sector. He has close to 30 years consulting experience and in 1994 was elected a Certified Management Consultant by the Institute of Management Consultants. He speaks regularly at and/or chairs numerous industry conferences. He has conducted training classes for the CFA Institute, as well as local societies, for more than 15 years. He has written numerous articles for various industry publications.  He earned a BA in Mathematics from Temple University, an MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California, an MBA in Finance from the University of Baltimore, and a doctorate in Finance and International Economics from Pace University.

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