The IBSA supports companies and advisors in obtaining information and advice worldwide to create and maintain sustainable business structures compliant with international transparency, corporate governance and social responsibility.
The IBSA is the only multi-disciplinary association for practitioners dealing with business structuring and regulatory compliance across multiple jurisdictions. The association enables international business advisors to access and exchange knowledge, develop professional relationships and discover new business opportunities.
With Branches in North America, Europe, the UK, Asia and the Middle East, the IBSA runs multiple international events and local meetings for its members throughout the year. These include a mixture of formal and social events, designed to encourage knowledge sharing and develop business relationships.
Members of the IBSA are drawn from a wide range of vocations and practice areas, providing advice and services to companies seeking to structure their businesses in line with global best practice. With specialists in over 35 jurisdictions, the IBSA is growing its membership around the world. Members have access to a range of events and resources including Conferences, Webinars, the Knowledge bank and activity programmes led by local Chapters in their country.
The IBSA is committed to promoting best practice and knowledge sharing through a comprehensive programme of social and educational activities. As the organisation grows, so too will the opportunities for members in their local jurisdiction. As a Solicitors Regulation Authority accredited CPD provider, you can be sure that IBSA events are of the highest quality to support your continuing professional development.
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