Global Investment Performance Standards: Technology Should Be Easier This Time Around

David Spaulding is president of The Spaulding Group. He can be e-mailed at

In reviewing the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS), it becomes obvious that the standards’ authors learned some lessons from its predecessor and model, the Association for Investment Management and Research’s Performance Presentation Standards (AIMR-PPS). It is hoped that much of the confusion that

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