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Objectives of the Society
The Intangible Asset Finance Society is the premier trusted and authoritative global resource for executives seeking to improve their companies’ financial performances with better intangible asset management. Through education, advocacy, and the promulgation of best practice standards, the Society enables its professional members to implement integrated enterprise-wide strategies that foster a more ethical and innovative business culture, increase the quality, safety, sustainability and security of goods and services, and enhance reputations. The Society offers a large tent; we invite professionals from backgrounds including but not limited to operations, law, communications, risk management, and finance to join us.
- IAFS Meetings, Education And Networking. IAFS provides several educational and networking opportunities each year that bring together experts from the United States and abroad to discuss trends and recent development in intangible asset finance.
- Public Awareness: Educating the Finance and Legal Community. IAFS views public education concerning intangible asset value and risk management as an increasingly important issue. Intangible asset financial management has been challenged in connection with controversies including international transfer pricing, charitable donations, and the exercise of corporate Board due diligence.
- Standing IAFS Committees. The Society has standing committees that address areas of intangible asset finance practice. Committees sponsor presentations at meetings, endorse peer-reviewed papers for publication, and promulgate practice standard recommendations for adoption by the Society’s Secretariat.
Organs of the Society
The governing body of the Society is the 7-member Secretariat. The Secretariat comprises the officers of the Society: Past President, President, Vice-President, Executive Secretary/Treasurer; Member-at-Large, and two members selected by and from among the Council. The Secretariat is elected by the membership and sets the Society’s policy.
The Council is a senior advisory body to the President and comprises individuals who have distinguished themselves nationally or internationally in the fields of interest to the Society. The Council is a 21-member body, selected by the President. The Council elects its own Chairman, the two Council members of the Secretariat as well as the Chairmen of the Standing IAF Committees.
Standing IAFS Committees
The Society has standing committees that address areas of intangible asset finance practice. Committees sponsor presentations at meetings, endorse peer-reviewed papers for publication, and promulgate practice standard recommendations for adoption by the Society’s Secretariat.
Management and Special Committees
Membership on the Society’s Management and Special Committees, which are devoted to administration and management of the Society, is by invitation. Appointments are made by the Society’s President.
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