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International Economic Cooperation: Institute of International Finance

Established in 1983, the IIF is a global association of financial institutions with a goal of supporting the financial industry in the prudent management of risks; to develop sound industry practices; and to advocate for regulatory, financial and economic policies that are in the broad interests of its members.  The IIF also aims to foster global financial stability and sustainable economic growth.

  • Provide high-quality, timely, and impartial analysis and research to its Members on emerging markets and other central issues in global finance;
  • Systematically identify, analyze, and shape regulatory, financial, and economic policy issues of relevance to its Members globally or regionally;
  • Develop and advance representative views and constructive proposals that influence the public debate on particular policy proposals, including those of multilateral agencies, and broad themes of common interest to participants in global financial markets;
  • Work with policymakers, regulators, and multilateral organizations to strengthen the efficiency, transparency, stability and competitiveness of the global financial system, with an emphasis on voluntary market-based approaches to crisis prevention and management;
  • Promote the development of sound financial systems, with an emphasis on emerging markets;
  • Provide a network for Members to exchange views and offer opportunities for effective dialogue among policymakers, regulators, and private sector financial institutions;
  • Define, articulate, and disseminate best practices and industry standards in such areas as risk management and analysis, disclosure, corporate governance and regulatory compliance; and
  • Support education and training efforts of its Members in priority areas

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