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More than ever—ethics and integrity matter
The CFA designation symbolizes the pinnacle of professional integrity.
Charterholders must comply with the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and
Standards of Professional Conduct, which requires them always to place the
client’s interests first, to maintain independence and objectivity, and to
serve with integrity and honesty.
Should an ethics-based complaint be lodged against a CFA charterholder,
the charterholder is required to disclose these complaints in full detail to
CFA Institute and risks losing the right to use the CFA designation.
CFA Institute continually works with its members and industry
authorities to lead the way in setting standards for financial reporting,
international accounting, and ethical principles.
To find out more about the CFA Designation and the CFA Institute,
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