The IACPM is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the practice of credit portfolio management.
IACPM Weekly SmartBrief
Essential News for Credit Portfolio Management Professionals
Membership in IACPM is a corporate membership and is open to all types of financial institutions managing portfolios of credit assets including banks, non-banks, regional entities and asset managers. Member institutions typically have large amounts of economic and regulatory capital at risk in their credit portfolios. These institutions rely on IACPM to keep them abreast of advancements in the measurement and management of credit risk, and in helping to promote the continuing development of global credit markets. IACPM also provides its members with industry representation and advocacy before regulatory bodies, and serves as a conduit of information on changing regulations.
The Board of Directors of the IACPM determines annual membership dues. Dues have been set at $18,000 for 2013 and are payable in full in January of each year. New members who join during the year have their dues prorated to the nearest quarter year. Information about tiered membership including Affiliate and Associate Membership is also available.
Committee and project participation is a key aspect for existing and new members as it allows them to discuss and resolve with their peers a wide range of issues affecting the field of credit portfolio management.
The IACPM Spring (Europe) and Fall (North America) Conferences provide our members with the opportunity to come together to share their expertise, and to partake of panel discussions and presentations by experts in the field of Credit Portfolio Management. The Conferences also provide our members with an excellent opportunity to network and are a key benefit of membership.
Throughout the year, the IACPM hosts a number of regional meetings and seminars on topics of importance to our members. These meetings take place in many geographic locales, determined by the locations and interests of our global membership, and offer the opportunity to have focused discussions in smaller group settings with other credit portfolio managers.
Members may request a password for access to all IACPM publications via the special members’ section of the website.