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Ethical and Professional Standards - Describe the structure of the CFA Institute Professional Conduct Program and the process for the enforcement of the Code and Standards
- Self -disclosure, - Written complaints by the Professional Conduct staff - Complaints received through sources, - Reports by a CFA exam - Interview member/candidate, - Interview complainant, - Collect documents and records - No disciplinary sanctions, - Cautionary letter, - Discipline member/candidate
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Ethical and Professional Standards - State the six components of the Code of Ethics
- Act with integrity, competence, diligence, respect, and in an ethical manner with the public, clients, prospective clients, employers, employees, colleagues in the investment profession, and other participants in the global capital markets; - Place the integrity of the investment profession and the interest of clients above their own personal interests - Use reasonable care and exercise independent professional judgement when conducting investment analysis, making investment recommendations, taking investment action, and engaging in other professional activities - Practice and encourage others to practice in a professional and ethical manner that will reflect credit on themselves and the profession - Promote the integrity of, and uphold the rules governing, capital markets - Maintain and improve their professional competence and strive to maintain and improve the competence of other investment professionals
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Ethical and Professional Standards - State the seven Standards of Professional Conduct
I: Professionalism II: Integrity of Capital Markets III: Duties to Clients IV: Duties to Employers V: Investment Analysis, Recommendations, and Actions VI: Conflicts of Interest VII: Responsibilities as a CFA Institute Member or CFA Candidate
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of PROFESSIONALISM?
Knowledge of the Law Independence and Objectivity Misrepresentation Misconduct
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of INTEGRITY OF CAPITAL MARKETS?
Material Nonpublic Information Market Manipulation
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of DUTIES TO CLIENTS?
Loyalty, Prudence, and Care Fair Dealing Suitability Perfomance Presentation Preservation of Confidentiality
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of DUTIES TO EMPLOYERS?
Loyalty Additional Compensation Arragements Responsibility of Supervisors
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of INVESTMENT ANALYSIS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND ACTIONS?
Diligence and Reasonable Basis Communication with Clients and Prospective Clients Record Retention
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of CONFLICTS OF INTEREST?
Disclosure of Conflicts Priority of Transactions Referral Fees
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Ethical and Professional Standards - What are the sub -sections of RESPONSIBILITIES AS A CFA INSTITUTE MEMBER OR CFA CANDIDATE?
Conduct as Members and Candidates in the CFA Program Reference to CFA Institute, the CFA Designation, and the CFA Program
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Chapter 1 - What is an traditional investment?
Traditional investments include long positions in equities, fixed income, and cash
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Chapter 1 - What are the five types of alternative investments?
Real assets Hedge funds Commodities Private Equity (including mezzanine and distressed debt) Structured Products (including credit derivatives)
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Chapter 1 - Describe real assets
real assets focuses on investments in which the underlying assets involve direct ownership of nonfinancial assets
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Chapter 1 - What subset of real assets is not included in the CAIA curriculum
Timberland, raw land and farmland
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Chapter 1 - What is a hedge funds unique fueature?
Hedge funds are less regulated than trad. Investments
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Chapter 1 - What are subsets of private equity?
Venture capital Leveraged buyouts Mezzanine debt Distressed debt
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Chapter 1 - Describe private equity
Private equity includes both equity and debt positions that, among other things, are not publicly traded
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Chapter 1 - What is the simplest and most common example of structured products
debt and equity securities
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Chapter 1 - What are subsets of structured products?
Collateralized debt obligations CDOs Credit derivatives
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Chapter 1 - What are the five primary types of structures?
Regulatory structures Securities structures Trading structures Compensations structures Institutional structures
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Chapter 1 - What is the regulatory structure?
Regulatory structure refers to the role of government, including both regulation and taxation, in influecing the nature of an investment
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Chapter 1 - What is the Securities structure?
Securities structure refers to the structuring of cash flows through securitization. Securitization is the process of transforming asset ownership into tradeable units
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Chapter 1 - What is the Trading structure?
Trading structure refers to the role of an investment vehicle's investment managers in developing and implementing trading strategies
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Chapter 1 - What is the Compensation structure?
Conpensation structure refers to the ways that organizational issues, especially compensation schemes, influence particular investments
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Chapter 1 - What is the Institutional structures?
Institutional structures refers to the financial markets and financial institutions related to a particular investment, such as whether the investment is publicly traded
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Chapter 1 - What is the most influenting structure for the asset types?
real assets: institutional structure hedge fund: trading structure commodities: securitirs structure private equity: institutional structure structured products: securities structure
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Chapter 1 - Define illiquidity
Illiquidity means that the investment trades infrequently / with low volume and that returns are difficult to observe due to lack of trading
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Chapter 1 - What are the risks and advantages of illiquidity?
risk: illiquid assets can be difficult to sell advantage: higher returns
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Chapter 1 - Define efficiency and inefficiency
efficiency refers to the tendency or market prices to reflect all available information. Inefficiency refers to the deviation of actual valuations from those valuations that would be anticipated in an efficient market
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Chapter 1 - how are competition and transaction costs in inefficient markets?
competition are less transaction costs are higher