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Be part of the ICAEW Corporate Finance Faculty 

We are the largest network of professionals involved in corporate finance. Join chartered accountants and others involved in advisory, investment and business. Membership is open to everyone - non ICAEW members are also welcome to join. 

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Benefits at a glance

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Corporate Financier

Keep on top of emerging trends and policy issues with our magazine – 10 editions a year

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Best Practice Guidelines

Access a range of authoritative best-practice and technical guidelines

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Monthly bulletin

Tap into our online features, news and interviews

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Network and engage

Get involved in our lively seminars and popular forums 

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Annual Reception

Access to our exclusive prestigious Annual Reception

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Voice of the industry

Representation of your interests and communication with government and policymakers

Membership rates

Member

ICAEW members

£165.00
Non-Member

Non-ICAEW members

£198.00 Incl. VAT per year
CAI / ICAS

CAI and ICAS members

£165.00
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Corporate Finance benefits

Find out more about the benefits of being a member of Corporate Finance Faculty.

Corporate membership

Get connected. We offer corporate membership with more than 10 people within the same organisation. 

Contact Grace Gayle on +44 (0)207 920 2689 or at cff@icaew.com for more information.

Take a look at some of our content

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Corporate Financier

Our magazine is packed with invaluable insights and practical support from the experts. Receive a copy by post as well as online. Take a look at a previous issue. 

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Our Whitepapers

We produce a number of high-quality whitepapers exclusively available to our faculty members. This recent example, AI in Corporate Advisory, features original research and draws important conclusions for investment decision making.

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Technical Leadership

The faculty’s technical work includes thought leadership, as well as, review and comment on draft regulation and legislation that may impact the work of our members.

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Best practice

The faculty regularly produces best practice guidelines for its members on a number of relevant topics. Take a look at this one on Completion Mechanisms: Determining the final equity value in transactions.

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