ILA membership is open to company directors and to all persons involved in board affairs. The Institute is composed of individual members whose activity is linked to the board of directors, the supervisory committee and other bodies of commercial or non-commercial companies. Among others, directors, board chairmen, board secretaries, lawyers, auditors, etc. are ILA members today.
Eligibility & admission
There are two possibilities to become a ILA member:
Corporate membership. In this case, the member is a legal entity called an Affiliated Member. As such, any person put forward by the Company may become a part of ILA without any further subscription.
In both cases:
The candidates must submit a declaration, listing the mandates that fall under their responsibility as directors.
They must also submit a declaration that no legal proceedings are in motion against them.
They must have signed the ILA Code of Conduct.
All applications are submitted for approval to the Management Committee.
How to become a member?
Choose your membership type
We offer 4 different types of membership. Three are aimed at companies : Sponsor, Medium and Small, while the last one is an individual membership.
Complete the application form, sign the code of conduct
You can now apply online and sign the code of conduct electronically. You don't have to print the form anymore!
Individual members need to provide a CV, list of mandates and 2 sponsors (ILA members). For companies, we require a list of all the members who wish to be affiliated. Once we receive all the information, your application will be reviewed by our Management Committee, who will decide on its approval.
Institutional sponsors, in particular sponsors carrying out work for ILA’s commissions;
Listed companies whose market capitalisation is superior to 500 million Euros.
Listed companies whose market capitalisation is less than 500 million Euros;
Large unlisted companies (workforce ≥ 100 or share capital ≥ EUR 10 million);
Investment funds that have over EUR 1 billion in assets under management.
Small and medium-sized companies (workforce ≤ 100 or share capital ≤ EUR 10 million);
Investment funds that do not fall within the Medium category.