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Networking Event with CFA Institute
CFA Institute cordially invites CFA Society Washington, DC members to a networking reception on Wednesday, 7 November from 5:30 – 7:30pm at the Willard InterContinental.
Please join Pamela Yang, CFA, CPA, CGMA
, chair of the CFA Institute Disciplinary Review Committee (DRC), Sheri Littlefield,
staff liaison to the DRC and General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer of CFA Institute, along with the Disciplinary Review Committee
for cocktails and appetizers. Learn more about the duties and responsibilities of the DRC and receive answers to any questions or concerns pertaining to the DRC.
We hope that you can join CFA Institute and CFA Society Washington, DC for this unique networking opportunity!
**Please be advised: business casual attire is recommended, and parking will be covered.
ABOUT THE DRC
The DRC is responsible for enforcement of the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct and the rules and regulations of the CFA Program in order to maintain the integrity of CFA Institute membership and the CFA designation.
- Hears and decides disciplinary matters related to alleged violations of the Code and Standards and the rules and regulations of the CFA Program;
- Reviews and decides appeals and certain stipulated and summary disciplinary matters; and
- Reviews and recommends changes to the Rules of Procedure.
The Nominating Committee of the DRC consists of the current DRC Chair, the DRC past chair, one DRC member selected by the DRC, the CFA Institute staff executive to the DRC, and one regular member selected by the designated Board oversight committee. The Nominating Committee is responsible for recruiting charterholder members for the DRC, and strives for a fair representation of the differing areas of industry practice, experience, history of volunteer involvement, commitment to ethical standards, and geographic locations of CFA Institute members.
Terms of Appointment:
DRC members serve for a term of one (1) year, renewable annually for a maximum of six (6) years. Terms may be staggered to allow for turnover and continuity.