When you become a member of IFA, you become part of a dynamic, independent network of international tax advisors, government officials, academics and other tax experts. As a non-profit organization and the only network of its kind, IFA provides a neutral platform where all representatives can meet and discuss international tax issues at the highest level. IFA offers you the opportunity to participate and stay on top of current developments, enriching both your knowledge and building your international network.
As a member of IFA, you will get the following benefits:
Registration for the Annual Congress at a reduced rate.
Annual publications (Cahier de Droit Fiscal International ) containing the General Reports on the main subjects discussed at the Congress, and all Branch reports.
Access to the Members’ section of the IFA website which contains the digital database of the Cahiers (from 1980), Congress documents, research papers and other documents of interest.
Subscription to IFA’s newsletter.
Participation in Branch and Regional activities.
Membership of IFA is open to individuals and corporations. Applications for membership must be made to the IFA Branch in your country.
Young IFA Network (YIN)
The Young IFA Network (YIN) is a growing IFA community for the younger members of IFA. The purpose of YIN is to attract more IFA members in the early stages of their career, providing a forum for developing international tax contacts, exchanging ideas on international tax matters, and adding new perspectives to IFA’s programmes at the Branch level and worldwide. Each year, the YIN Committee takes new initiatives to enhance the participation of YIN members in various IFA activities and to expand the reach of YIN among young professionals at the various IFA levels. These include further strengthening the YIN communication infrastructure and establishing a good network among the YIN Representatives.
YIN seminars are also a feature of the Annual Congresses, including the winning theses of the Mitchell B. Carroll and Maurice Lauré Prizes and a moot court. The traditional Meet & Greet reception for YIN Members and IFA Members is a great opportunity to meet fellow YIN members. YIN Representatives of each IFA Branch meet in a dedicated meeting to discuss activities in their branches and share their experiences in expanding the YIN network.
YIN members (aged 29 years and below) of the Malaysia Branch may qualify for a 50% reduction on the membership subscription fees. Members aged 30-40 will automatically qualify as YIN members but are not entitled to the discount.
For more information, please contact the YIN Representative for Malaysia.
Women of IFA Network (WIN)
The Women of IFA Network (WIN) represents and connects the many professional women working in international tax. IFA strives at being representative of a dynamic international tax community and encourages the participation of women in IFA's structures and proceedings.
Over the years, more women have entered the professional field of international taxation and IFA now has over 2,600 female members across the globe. To increase the visibility of women within IFA, WIN has formulated the following objectives:
Building an international and trusted referral network of women in international taxation.
Increasing the level of women speakers and participation on IFA panels.
Increasing the visibility of women within IFA by establishing WIN groups at national level to improve the involvement and visibility of women in the local IFA community.
WIN would love to hear from you and welcomes all female IFA members to join. For more information, please contact the WIN Representatives for Malaysia.
Suitable for firms with busy professionals, a corporate membership is not tied to an individual and allows member firms to easily nominate representatives and substitute attendees.
Corporate members are allowed to register two delegates for the Annual Congress at a reduced rate.