Does the IIF offer membership to individuals?
No. IIF membership is for companies, giving all employees of that organization individual access to membership benefits.
Does your organization have to be a bank to join the IIF?
No. Membership in the IIF is open to a wide variety of global organizations with interests in international finance and emerging markets. Membership is also open to non-banks, including:
- Securities firms
- Banking associations
- Fund managers
- Law firms
- Multinational companies
- Stock exchanges
- Trading companies
- Central banks
- Advisory firms
- Rating agencies
- Multilateral agencies
- National agencies
- Sovereign wealth funds
- Pension funds
- Insurance firms
- Export credit guarantee agencies
- Communications/public affairs agencies
How do I know if my organization is a member of the IIF?
To determine your organization’s membership status, please consult our membership list.
What are the benefits of IIF membership?
- Access to our economic and market analysis, including reporting on key emerging markets around the world. We also maintain a comprehensive database of standardized information across emerging markets on the economic performance and external financing profiles of individual countries.
- Participation in our global membership meetings and other key gatherings for senior executives of our firms. These events feature leading voices from the public and private sectors and are well-known for the exceptional quality of speakers and economic discussions, high-level participation, and unparalleled networking opportunities.
- The opportunity to benefit from our collaborative efforts on global financial policy and regulatory matters. We proactively engage with regulators representing the Basel Committee, Financial Stability Board (FSB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), and with policymakers from key governments, the G-20, and the IMF. Through this engagement, our members are able to better advocate for sound regulatory approaches that promote systemic stability and consistency.
How much are membership dues?
Membership dues depend on a prospective member’s organization type and size. If you are interested in joining the IIF, please complete the membership information request form and a membership representative will contact you with specific dues information.
How does my firm become a member of the IIF?
Complete the membership information request form and submit the form to the IIF’s membership team.
The IIF will verify the eligibility of your organization and send more information about the benefits of membership, a dues quote, and a membership form.
Once the IIF receives and approves your completed membership form, we will invoice your organization for annual dues.
Upon receipt of payment, member organizations can:
- Register for access to the IIF’s economic, markets, regulatory, and policy analysis
- Receive IIF reports and research updates
- Access the IIF’s economists and policy advisors for informal consultations
- Participate in relevant working groups and activities
- Receive discounted rates on the IIF’s variety of professional development programs and training initiatives