The Executive membership category is open to those executives who perform some or all of the duties of a financial executive, as defined by FEI and who serve companies of sufficient size to meet FEI’s qualifications. Applicants for Executive membership must meet the specified requirements, and must hold a FEI qualifying title or serve on an audit committee as his/her profession.
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Controller, Treasurer, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Planning and Analysis, Vice President of Taxes, Vice President of Pension Fund Investments, Vice President of Risk Management, Director of Finance, Taxes, Treasury, Accounting, and Audit Committee member* . Senior Manager or Manager: Accounting, Auditing (General/Internal), Borrowing & Investments, Budget, Cash, Collections, Compliance, Country, Credit, Finance, Corporate Finance, International Finance Project Finance, Trade Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Planning & Analysis, Financial Reporting, Foreign Exchange, Investor Relations, Planning, Pension & Investment, Risk, Tax, Treasury
* excludes professionals currently employed by audit firms, consulting firms and service providers
- $2 million in net worth, or
- $6 million in capital (combined net worth and long-term debt), or
- $10 million or more in annual revenues
- $8 million in operating expenses
- $200 million in total assets (Financial institutions)
- $40 million total assets (Government corporations / authorities)
VALUE OF FEI MEMBERSHIP FOR YOU AND YOUR COMPANY.
If you are a member working at a public company, consider joining FEI’s Financial Accounting and Reporting Roundtable.
Are you a member employed at a privately-held company? Then FEI’s Private Company Roundtable would suit your needs.
Do you serve on an Audit Committee? Are you a CFO? Interested in technology and the finance function? Want the latest, practical academic research? Now is the time to join one of FEI’s online
Communities of Interest - interact in an open forum, and benefit from exposure to best practices in financial management from peers and industry thought-leaders.
FEI Code of Ethics
FEI’s mission includes significant efforts to promote ethical conduct in the practice of financial management throughout the world. Senior financial officers hold an important and elevated role in corporate governance. While members of the management team, they are uniquely capable and empowered to ensure that all stakeholders’ interests are appropriately balanced, protected and preserved. This Code provides principles to which members are expected to adhere and advocate. They embody rules regarding individual and peer responsibilities, as well as responsibilities to employers, the public, and other stakeholders. Violations of FEI’s Code of Ethics may subject the member to censure, suspension or expulsion under procedural rules adopted by FEI’s Board of Directors.
All members of FEI will:
If you are interested in more details about the Academic, In-Transition, or Government/Military membership categories, please contact FEI’s Member Services Department via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 877.359.1070.