Classes of Membership
There are five classes of members in the Association, namely, Full Members, Supporting Members, Associate Members, Corporate Members (Listed Company), and Corporate Members (Service Provider).
The applicant must be executive who is employed by listed companies and whose duties involved investor relations or investor communications related roles.
A Full Member is entitled to the voting rights.
The applicant is an executive who work in companies that provide a product or service to listed companies. Supporting member does not have voting rights.
The applicant is an individual who is not eligible to join under either the full or supporting member categories. Others outside the industry interested in the investor relations profession, including students, are eligible to join as associate members.
An Associate Member does not have voting rights.
Corporate Member (Listed Company)
Listed companies may join as Corporate Members. They can nominate individual as a registered person. Nominated individual applicant who is qualified as Full Member status has voting right.
Corporate Member (Service Provider)
Companies which provide products or services to investor relations practitioners may join as Corporate Members. They can nominate individual as a registered person.