Einstein said to make mistakes, because that’s how we learn and grow. And we all make them. That’s why the GIPS Standards include error correction requirements to provide transparency in reporting after a material error has been made. Below are our answers to error correction questions from attendees at this past year’s GIPS Conference.
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With the finalization of 2020 performance, most marketing departments are completing their presentations. We have compiled pertinent questions from the GIPS Annual Conference to help compliant firms create marketing materials […]
As firms consider their GIPS Report Distribution policies we have compiled pertinent questions from the GIPS Annual Conference to help compliant firms distribute GIPS Reports and ensure disclosures are properly included.
It’s time for calendar year updates to assets under management. Three questions from the attendees at the GIPS conference are worth a little extra attention when updating your GIPS reports […]
GIPS Verification Basics Attendees at this fall’s Annual GIPS Standards Conference submitted questions about verification and CFA Institute notification. We’ve answered 5 of those questions below. Why would a GIPS-compliant […]
GIPS Reports – Managing Distribution Requirements Does your firm manage segregated accounts and pooled funds? Are you writing 2020 policies to provide a composite report with the fee schedule and […]