Asian Securities and Investments Federation (ASIF)
1979-11-02 Hong Kong Hong Kong
2 Nov 1979, Hong Kong, as Asian Securities Analysts Council (ASAC) -- Conseil asiatique d'analystes financiers. Subsequently changed title to Asian Securities Analysts Federation (ASAF) -- Fédération asiatique d'analystes financiers at 17th Annual General Meeting, Oct 1995, Auckland (New Zealand). Current title adopted at Annual General Meeting, 25 Oct 2008. Registered in accordance with Australian law.
Promote interchange of security analysis and fund management expertise and collaboration among individual societies. Consult, facilitate exchange of ideas and documentation, and make suggestions on coordination of policy in: development and regulation of securities analysts; corporate disclosure and reporting practices; standardization on analytical techniques and accounting practices; education and qualification of analysts; professional ethics; liaison with international business and professional associations in related fields; exchange of information among societies.
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General Meeting (annual). Council, comprising up to 3 official delegates from each member society. Chairmanship rotates among constituent bodies (2-year term). Executive Committee, comprising Chairman, Deputy Chairman, 4 Directors, Treasurer and Public Officer/Manager. Standing Committees (3): Advocacy; Education; Communications.
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