Institutional membership

SUERF Institutional Membership is open to central banks, regulatory and supervisory authorities, financial firms, including banks and insurances and their associations international organisations, development banks, consultancy firms, chambers of commerce, representative offices, and similar bodies.

Academic institution membership

SUERF Academic Institution Membership is open to universities and business schools, research institutes, non-profit organisations.

Personal membership

SUERF Personal Membership is open to academics, economists, analysts, consultants – who are not affiliated with an institution eligible for SUERF institutional or corporate membership – and retired executives.

Benefits of Membership

  • Priority invitations and free participation in all SUERF events
  • Networking and interaction among peers, leading researchers and policy makers
  • Publication subscription to SUERF Policy Notes and Briefs, Conference Proceedings, and Book Reviews
  • Opportunity to co-organise, host and sponsor SUERF events, with access to SUERF’s organisational and scientific resources
  • Opportunity to contribute to the SUERF Policy Notes & Briefs series.

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