Global capital allocation is the engine for delivering pension benefits and individual retirement goals as well as preserving university, foundation and sovereign savings. Efficiently distributing both financial and human capital across the investment industry catalyzes innovation, cultivates societal wealth, and raises the integrity and quality of human flourishing. That virtuous purpose is incumbent on a properly functioning capital market system where training is robust, ethical conduct is consistent and enforced, and incentives of all parties are aligned. It is also dependent on a long-term, diversified approach to allocating that patient capital.
Since 2002, CAIA Association has sought to serve investors by educating industry stakeholders on the most current knowledge and best practices across the ever-changing landscape of alternative investments. Through credentialing of investment professionals, advocating with regulators and senior leaders, and developing world class thought leadership, CAIA aims to raise the standards of the industry. As a member organization, we are joined by CAIA Charterholders in 100 countries on mission to collectively foster a true profession that serves the public good.
CAIA Association seeks to improve investment and societal outcomes of capital allocation through professional education, transparency, and thought leadership across all investor alternatives in our industry.
CAIA Association is headquartered in Amherst, Massachusetts, US and has regional office locations in Hong Kong, and Geneva.
11 Amity Street
Amherst, MA USA
The CAIA Association® was founded by:
The Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)
The Center for International Securities and Derivatives Markets (CISDM)