The AIMA represents approximately 2,000 corporate members in the global alternative investment industry.
The American Association of Bank Directors serves the information, education, and advocacy needs of bank directors.
The ABA offers banking information as well as an overview of schools and their banking programs. For information on certification, contact
The American Financial Services Association serves as a voice of the consumer credit industry and its consumers in Washington, D.C.
The institue is the world's largest member association representing professional accountants.
The AIC is an advocacy and resource organization that provides information about the contributions of the private equity investment industry to long-term economic growth in the U.S.
The AMA is a nonprofit organization that offers corporate training and educational courses geared towards career advancement.
The AFCPE is a nonprofit organization that sets standards for financial ounseling, coaching, and education.
79 South State Street, Suite D3
Westerville, OH 43081-2066
Tel: (614) 368-1055
The AFP represents the interests of finance executives througout the world.
4520 East West Highway, Suite 800
Bethesda, MD 20814-3354
Tel: (301) 907-2862
Fax: (301) 907-2864
BAI provides financial service leaders with updated information on news, research, and events in the industry.
The center provides workshops, home study courses, educational materials, and publications for futures and securities professionals.
CFP Board is a non-profit organization that sets standards for financial planning certification.
The CFA Institute promotes ethical, educational, and professional standards in the financial investment industry worldwide.
Visit this organization's Web site for information on membership for college students, a list of top employers of financial analysts, and scholarships for graduate students.
This organization represents the professional interests of senior-level financial executives.
1250 Headquarters Plaza, West Tower, 7th Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6837
Tel: (973) 765-1000
Fax: (973) 765-1018
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is a not-for-profit organization that regulates the broker-dealer industry.
1735 K Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20006-1506
Tel: (301) 590-6500
FMA develops and distributes knowledge about financial practices globally.
This organization offers career support for women in finance as well as a job bank.
The FIA is a major trade organization for the futures, options, and cleared swaps markets industry worldwide.
The ICBA represents the community banking industry and its membership through advocacy and education.
The IMA is a worldwide association of business accountants and financial professionals.
10 Paragon Drive, Suite 1
Montvale, NJ 07645-1760
Tel: (800) 638-4427
Tel: (201) 573-9000
Fax: (201) 474-1600
The IAQF provides platforms to discuss new developments in the quantitative finance profession.
The association advances the interests of investment fund investors while promoting public understanding of investment funds worldwide.
For information on mutual funds and to read the Investment Company Fact Book, contact
1401 H Street, NW, Suite 1200
Washington, D.C. 20005-2110
Tel: (202) 326-5800
For information on membership and certification, contact
For information on the alternative investment industry (which includes hedge funds, funds of hedge funds, managed futures funds, and other nontraditional asset classes), contact
The MBA represents the real estate finance industry and advocates for policy initiatives to support the success of its members.
The NACT addressess the issues facing senior financial executives in the industry.
The NACM is the premier resource for knowledge, learning, and networking in the credit management profession.
The NFA is the self-regulatory organization of the U.S. derivatives industry that enforces rules to protect investors and help its members comply with regulations.
The NMA is a nonprofit organization that provides leadership development and new opportunities to its members across a wide range of industries.
The NVCA advocates for policies on behalf of the U.S. venture capital community and serves as a resource for data on the industry.
The society represents more than 3,500 corporate, industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable, and government risk-related entities around the world.
1407 Broadway, 29th Floor
New York, NY 10018-5100
Tel: (212) 286-9292