Financial Market Integrity Outlook
The CFA Institute Financial Market Integrity Outlook Survey was created to seek input from CFA Institute members on the outlook for ethical markets in 2011. The results help us assess the ethical framework of our profession and note any ethical “hot spots” facing the financial services industry that need to be addressed in the coming year.
Prior Year Results
“Mis-selling” by financial advisers was identified by CFA Institute members as the most serious ethical issue facing their local markets.
Disclosure and use of financial derivatives by financial firms was identified as the top ethical issue for global markets.
Prior to 2011, we conducted in-depth surveys in a few select markets to produce the Financial Market Integrity Index. In 2010, those markets were Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
For 2007-2010 reports, visit our publications page.
For more information about our 2010 results: