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Principles of CFA Code

  • Loyalty to Customers
    • Place client interests before their own.
    • Preserve the confidentiality of information communicated by clients within the scope of the Manager-client relationship.
    • Refuse to participate in any business relationship or accept any gift that could reasonably be expected to affect their independence, objectivity, or loyalty to clients.
  • Investment Process & Actions
    • Use reasonable care and prudent judgment when managing client assets.
    • Not engage in practices designed to distort prices or artificially inflate trading volume with the intent to mislead market participants.
    • Deal fairly and objectively with all clients when providing investment information, making investment recommendations, or taking investment action.
    • Have a reasonable and adequate basis for investment decisions.
    • When managing a portfolio or pooled fund according to a specific mandate, strategy, or style.
    • When managing separate accounts and before providing investment advice or taking investment action on behalf of the client determine that an investment is suitable to a client’s financial situation.
  • Trading
    • Don't act, or cause others to act, on material nonpublic information that could affect the value of a publicly traded investment.
    • Give priority to investments made on behalf of the client over those that benefit their own interests.
    • Use Commissions generated from client trades only to pay for investment-related products or services that directly assist the Manager in its investment decision making process and not in the management of the firm.
    • Maximize client portfolio value by seeking best execution for all client transactions.
    • Establish policies to ensure fair and equitable trade allocation among client accounts.
  • Compliance and Support
    • Develop and maintain policies and procedures to ensure that their activities comply with the provisions of this Code and all applicable legal and regulatory requirements.
    • Appoint a compliance officer responsible for administering the policies and procedures and for investigating complaints.
    • Ensure portfolio information provided to clients by the Manager is accurate and complete and arrange for independent third-party confirmation or review of such information.
    • Maintain records for an appropriate period of time in an easily accessible format.
    • Employ qualified staff and sufficient human and technological resources to thoroughly investigate, analyze, implement, and monitor departments’ decisions and actions.
    • Establish a business-continuity plan to address disaster recovery or periodic disruptions of the financial markets.
  • Performance and Valuation
    • Present performance information that is fair, accurate, relevant, timely, and complete. Managers must not misrepresent the performance of individual portfolios.
    • Use fair market prices to value client holdings and apply, in good faith, methods to determine the fair value of any securities for which no readily available, independent, third-party market quotation is available.
  • Disclosures
    • Communicate with clients on an ongoing and timely basis.
    • Ensure that disclosures are prominent, truthful, accurate, complete, and understandable and are presented in a format that communicates the information effectively.
    • Include any material facts when making disclosures or providing information to clients regarding themselves, their personnel, investments, or the investment process.
    • Disclose all relevant information.

Corporate Governance

Our long-term corporate success depends, among other things, on our ability to conduct business in a responsible manner. JSIL has adopted the 'The Asset Manager Code of Professional Conduct' formulated by the CFA Centre for Financial Market Integrity for the purposes of strengthening corporate governance, enhancing compliance culture, and promoting ethical and professional standards among employees. The code defines core values that all employees, especially fund managers, are required to follow when performing business operations or when interacting with colleagues, clients and other stakeholders. It also plays an important role in guiding the Company's efforts to inspire and maintain the trust and confidence of all its stakeholders.



The Company is listed on Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited (formerly Karachi Stock Exchange Limited) (www.psx.com.pk) Symbol: JSIL



The Election of Directors was held on December 26, 2016 and seven Directors were elected as fixed by the Board of Directors for a term of three years commencing from December 27, 2016. The next Election of Directors will be held on or before December 26, 2019. The Board of directors of the Company have fixed the number of directors to be elected in upcoming election of directors at Seven (7) in accordance with the Companies Ordinance, 1984.




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Audit Committee
Conducts its meeting at least once every quarter
Meetings are held prior to the approval of interim results
It recommends to the Board of Directors the appointment of external audit, their removal, audit fees, the provision by the external auditor of any service to JSIL in addition to audit of its financial statements.
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DISCLAIMER: "In case your complaint has not been properly redressed by us, you may lodge your complaint with Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (the "SECP"). However, please note that SECP will entertain only those complaints which were at first directly requested to be redressed by the Company and the company has failed to redress the same. Further, the complaints that are not relevant to SECP's regulatory domain/competence shall not be entertained."