Advocacy means speaking up about
professional standards, supporting
fair and transparent financial markets and practices, and protecting the
interests of investors.
Advocacy involves contributing to members’ education, building and maintaining relations with the regulatory agencies and other professional organizations, and commenting on initiatives by the regulators.
What fields does it cover?
Advocacy at CFA Society France covers: ethics, capital markets & asset management, and financial analysis.
Please refer to these 3 sections, as well as “Recent Advocacy Conferences”, “Recent Consultations” and “Upcoming Projects & Conferences” to consider joining our action.
How to volunteer for Advocacy
The Advocacy Guide describes 3 possible levels of involvement, and how advocacy can be achieved by local societies:
• Member Education
• Industry Awareness
• Policy Makers / Regulators
CFA Institute Practical Guide to Advocacy for Societies
If you wish to volunteer, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org, including the level of involvement you'd consider.