BSP, PSE and IC Lead the Signing of Statement of Investor Rights at CFA’s 1st Financial Fitness Run

Leading financial organizations gather together in the First Financial Fitness Run organized by CFA Society Philippines, as part of its commitment in promoting the interest and rights of investors in the country. The fun run aims to enhance awareness of investor rights within the financial community.

The Philippine Stock Exchange, BangkoSentral ng Pilipinas, Insurance Commission, Fund Managers Association of the Philippines, Trust Officers Association of the Philippines, Money Market Association of the Philippines, Philippine Active Shareholders Association, COL Financial, ATR Kim-Eng Asset Management and CFA Society Philippines led the signing ceremony upholding CFA Institute’s Statement of Investor Rights at the sidelines of the1stFinancial Fitness Run held at Bonifacio Global City in Makati.


In line with running to investing, CFA and its financial community envision the attributes of it in relation to proper investment; Have a goal, set up a mark or a certain distance you are willing to take, grow your investment and reflect on how far you can go. Next step is to have a plan, similar to running, one must determine which training to take in order to meet the objective of investing. The important factors to consider are the amount to invest and percentage to gain. With these steps in mind, one must now be disciplined; consistency is the key and it will play a vital role as you prepare to take up more challenges in the field of the financial industry. Lastly, think long term. In running, it is always better to achieve and train even more than you already have and same goes with investing; it is essential to never stop learning and growing.

“It’s remarkable to see professional runners with those making their race debut in the wee hours of the morning, sprinting and jogging their way across the finish line, under one theme of upholding the rights of investors when availing financial service products,” said Tan.

“We, at CFA Society Philippines, are thankful to everyone who supported the first Financial Fitness Run making it an exceptional race with professional athletes running together with enthusiastic amateurs from across Metro Manila,” said Rizchelle Sampang-Manaog, Program Manager of CFA Society Philippines.

All 1,800 half-marathoners who finished the race received trophies while the rest of the runners in other race categories received medals. In addition, the top three runners in each race categories received cash prizes along with finisher shirts.

Powered by Greentennial Run, the Financial Fitness Run is in partnership with COL Financial, Inc., Jollibee Food Corp., MSCI, Cardam’s Shoes, PhilamLife Asset Management, Inc.,Seaoil, Energy Development Corp., ATR Kim Eng Asset Management, Macquarie, Maybank ATR Kim-Eng, Benby Enterprises, Nivea,Quaker Oats, Pascual Consumer Healthcare Corporation, Poten-cee, C-lium, Calchews, Oracare, and Ascof. The race clock by Soleus Philippines.

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