Institute of International Finance
US not-for-profit corporation
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
H Street, NW, 1333 Suite 800E
Washington, DC 20005
Mr Timothy Adams
Ms David Schraa
The IIF's mission is to support our members in prudently managing risks and to advocate for regulatory, financial, and economic policies that are in the broad interest of our members and that foster global financial stability and sustainable economic growth.
The IIF’s main activities are to:
Provide high-quality, timely, and impartial analysis and research to our members on emerging markets and other central issues in global finance.
Shape the global policy and regulatory agenda by providing industry input and feedback for example by:
(1) Discussing or sending written submissions to international institutions such as the G20, Financial Stability Board or Basel Committee on Banking Supervision; or (2) Publishing reports and analysis on regulatory issues of global significance.
Promote the development of sound financial systems, with an emphasis on emerging markets.
Provide a forum for members to exchange views and offer opportunities for effective dialogue among policymakers, regulators, and private sector financial institutions.
Single Supervisory Mechanism
EU implementation of Basel III
Capital Markets Union
IIF regularly publishes written papers or research notes related to regulatory and policy issues. Although the IIF is focused on global regulatory bodies, some written product will focus on EU initiatives.
IIF hosts numerous events throughout the year including membership meetings, roundtables and symposia, some of which address EU issues.
|No accredited persons|
12/2013 - 12/2014
50,000 € - 99,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.