Performance Analyses for Professionals

The Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM®) program is the only training of its kind.  The very practical program is divided into two levels and teaches you how to measure performance indicators. The Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) are an important part of the curriculum.

 Topics such as attribution analysis of portfolios with futures, multi-currency attribution analyses and complex hedge fund risk indicators are covered. As with CFA programs, ethics plays a major role.

The tests are computer-based and can be taken twice a year (spring and autumn) in test centres. This makes it possible to complete the programme within one year. Program and exams are fully managed by the CFA Institute.

A Factsheet of the CIPM program can be downloaded here

 

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CIPM Program Domain Weights By Level

Gewichtung der Inhalte des CIPM Program

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Entrance Requirements

There are no special admission requirements. Candidates who have already successfully passed the Level III exam of the CFA® Program and CFA® charterholder, can directly sign up for Level II of the CIPM program.

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The Path To The CIPM Charter

To receive the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM®) credential and become CIPM charterholders, candidates must fulfil the following requirements:

  • Pass the two levels of the CIPM Program
  • Have at least 4,000 hours of relevant experience, completed in a minimum of 36 months
  • Join CFA Institute as a regular member and sign the Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct
  • Provide 2-3 professional references.
  • Document at least 15 hours of qualified further training per year.
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