NEW YORK - In conjunction with the launch of its new CFA Centre for Financial Market Integrity, on Nov. 8 the CFA Institute of Charlottesville, Va., floated an exposure draft of its new Asset Manager Code of Professional Conduct.

The Code recommends six voluntary standards for both the ethical and professional conduct of worldwide asset management firms in their asset management arrangements with investors of pooled funds, which include mutual funds and separate accounts.

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