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CFA South African Ethics Presentation / CFA Institute Presentation

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Here Comes The U.S. Slowdown

How Bad, And How Long? Ian C. Shepherdson Chief U.S. Economist, High Frequency Economics
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Excellence in Corporate Reporting

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Garreth Elston, IAS Deputy Chairman

Beyond Behavioral Science

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Strategic Asset Allocation

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Robert A. Clark

Helmut Henschel

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Report back CFA Conference, Zurich

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Garreth Elston, Deputy Chairman, IAS

Tomlinson 1 – September 2004

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The State of the Fund Management Industry – Daniel Broby

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Accounting is Broken

Here’s How to Fix it.

from EVAluation Volume 5 – Issue 1 – September 2002

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Mervyn E King Presentation

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Raymond DeAngelo – South Africa April 2002

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Competition Policy in South Africa

Where has it come from and where is it going?

The little that I know about investment analysts tells me that despite the broad-ranging title that I have been given for my talk you are probably concerned with a somewhat narrower topic – competition, or, as it is often called, anti-trust, law, rather than competition policy is, I suspect, your interest, and, within that, I would imagine that merger regulation is your principal concern.  Read More »