PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT FORUM
A members only Forum for performance measurement professionals
The goal of the Performance Measurement Forum is to provide a platform for money management industry professionals to interact with their peers on important topics, issues and concerns, in an atmosphere conducive to information exchange. Members engage with industry leaders and other members to explore a variety of performance and risk topics, implementation strategies, management challenges, and policy solutions that directly apply, and influence their proficiencies and effectiveness.
Armed with an arsenal of information constantly updated through The Journal of Performance Measurement, survey research, and quarterly newsletters, members are able to stay abreast of current developments, while building an extensive network of resources and industry contacts who become trusted colleagues, associates, and friends.
The Performance Measurement Forum is a one-of-a kind learning and information-exchange environment with the capabilities and resources to give today's performance measurement professionals the knowledge necessary to benefit themselves and their organizations.
This group was founded in 1998, and has become the place for performance industry leaders to discuss various performance, attribution, risk, regulatory, and GIPS topics, as well as learn from the knowledge base that each person brings to the table. Since the beginning, the forum has contributed to enhancing the role of performance in the investment industry. For example:
The membership of this forum combines the talents of our industry’s leading thinkers and practitioners, and provides an information network unrivaled in the industry. The forum meets four times a year (twice a year in North America; twice a year in Europe). Each meeting lasts for a day-and-a-half.
2013 Forum Schedule