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Institutional Members

Membership of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) is open to not-for-profit entities to include but not be limited to government agencies and regulators, and national valuation standard setters.

Applicants should provide details of their legal structure and, where appropriate, place of registration, together with a brief description of the entity’s field of activity, and in particular, activities in fields related to valuation. The application must be accompanied by a statement explaining the motivation for the application.

Benefits of the membership

Criteria

Membership is open to entities that:

  1. Promote the consistent application of high quality valuation practices worldwide, including the use of International Valuation Standards (IVS)
  2. Support convergence of national valuation standards with IVS
  3. Demonstrate financial and operational viability to continue to meet the obligations of membership including the payment of IVSC member dues
  4. Agree to meet the IVSC’s membership obligations.

Membership fees (from April 2020):

Institutional membership is based on World Bank income classification, according to the following:

 Low Income Lower middle income Upper middle income High income
 GBP £860  GBP £2,140 GBP £4,285 GBP £8,570

Online application

Membership in IVSC requires a commitment to promote and where possible adopt the International Valuation Standards (IVS). Please answer the following questions:
Candidates for IVSC membership must demonstrate that they have the financial strength to support their IVSC membership as well their own internal operations.
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    IVSC membership candidates must provide evidence of their operating structure. Please provide the following documentation. If submitted in the local language, please provide a brief English-language summary/description of the documentation.
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