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Starting Effective Investor Education Programmes Moderator John M. Gannon President, FINRA Investor Education Foundation and Senior Vice President for investor Education, FINRA. Agenda. Brief Overview of IFIE Introduction of Panelists and Topic Presentations Questions. What Is IFIE?.

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Agenda

Starting Effective Investor Education Programmes ModeratorJohn M. Gannon President, FINRA Investor Education Foundationand Senior Vice President for investor Education, FINRA


Agenda

Agenda

  • Brief Overview of IFIE

  • Introduction of Panelists and Topic

  • Presentations

  • Questions


What is ifie

What Is IFIE?

  • Brings together private sector and public sector providers of investor education to improve the effectiveness of investor education programs around the world

  • Serves as a clearinghouse for the exchange of information and ideas among providers of investor education from different jurisdictions


Ifie vision mission

IFIE: Vision/Mission

IFIE VISION

  • To create and promote the highest possible standards for and the most efficient delivery of investor education around the globe.

    IFIE MISSION

  • To help investors in all financial markets better understand the risks and opportunities associated with various types of investments and the investment process.

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Ifie goals

IFIE: Goals

  • Establishing and promoting the standards of best practices for investor education on a global basis.

  • Serving as a clearinghouse for the exchange of information and ideas among providers of investor education operating in different jurisdictions.

  • Encouraging the establishment, growth and improved effectiveness of comprehensive investor education programs.

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Ifie members

IFIE Members

  • Brazil—Associação Nacional dos Bancos de Investimento (ANBID)

  • Canada—CSI Global Education Inc.; Canadian Securities Administrators; Investor Education Fund; Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada

  • Egypt—Cairo and Alexandria Stock Exchanges; Capital Market Authority; Egyptian Investor Protection Fund; Misr for Central Clearing, Depository, and Registry

  • India—National Stock Exchange of India

  • Japan—Japan Securities Dealers Association

  • Korea—Korea Financial Investment Association

  • Libya—Libyan Stock Exchange

  • Malaysia—Securities Commission Malaysia

  • Republic of China—Taiwan Securities Association; Taiwan Stock Exchange Corp.

  • Switzerland—International Capital Market Association

  • United States—Financial Industry Regulatory Authority; Investor Protection Trust; The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association and The SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education; Securities Investor Protection Corporation

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Ifie resources

IFIE Resources

Quarterly e-newsletter

Web site and clearinghouse of investor education information – www.ifie.org

Conferences

2007 Madrid

2009 Washington

Webinars

Restoring Investor Confidence: How Investor Education Can Help Rebuild Trust in Markets

Developing Effective Investor Education Programmes

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Presenters

Presenters

  • Ricardo Nardini, National Association of Investment Banks, Brazil

  • Dr. Nik Ramlah Mahmood, Securities Commission, Malaysia

  • Hesham Ibrahim, Capital Markets Authority, Egypt

  • Sok Hun Kang, Korea Financial Investment Association


Today s topic

Today’s Topic

  • Starting Effective Investor Education Programs

    • Program Objectives

    • Funding

    • Program Delivery

    • Program Evaluation

    • Challenges


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