• Benefits of membership

Benefits of Membership




  • Exclusive access to the global Member Directory. Profiles will include a professional bio, address, contact details, professional services and related specialties. Corporate members have the added benefit of listing their company details, website and logo on the IBSA's Corporate website page
  • Corporate members are entitled to have sponsorship and speaking opportunities at our regular events to showcase their expertise and promote their company. Full Corporate members also have the right to host discussion group meetings at their premises, with their company logo on all IBSA marketing materials
  • The IBSA runs regular social and networking events, where professionals at all levels can learn from each other and have access to contacts from around the world, opening up professional and commercial opportunities



  • Free attendance to any of our discussion group meetings around the world, with the ability to invite guests at no cost
  • Access to the IBSA Video Archive, Podcasts and Knowledge Bank where members can contribute and access articles, news and reference material on a wide range of topics related to business structuring. Articles submitted by members will be promoted in the IBSA monthly newsletter and those provided by Corporate firms will be shared on social media
  • Significantly reduced costs of attending the IBSA annual conference and global workshops
  • Monthly newsletters highlighting industry news, IBSA events, welcoming new members, upcoming Corporate members' events and the latest articles. The newsletter is distributed to our database and offers members the opportunity to reach a wide audience and stay informed as to global best practice
  • Free access to the IBSA Business Structuring Course, which Roy Saunders, Founder and Chairman of the IBSA, taught at the University of London 2008-2013 as part of an MA course in international tax law



  • Exchange of best practise internationally
  • Access to representatives from international authorities (HMRC, OECD)
  • Thought-leadership provided by industry experts
  • Professionalisation of international business structuring



Members of the IBSA are both entrepreneurs and professional advisors drawn from a wide range of 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. 

Services and advice offered by members of the IBSA includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  • International Business Structuring
  • International Tax
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Financial Advisors
  • Intellectual Property
  • Family Office
  • Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestments
  • Market Exit Strategies
  • Corporate Migration
  • Special Purpose Vehicles
  • Corporate Foundation and Agency Services


Membership is available to professionals working across any recognised discipline within business structuring. For further information please download our brochure or contact Lucie.Saunders@theibsa.org