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Institutional membership

This category of membership is open to corporations and non-academic institutions such as stock exchanges, regulators, investors, companies, rating agencies and law firms based anywhere in the world.

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ECGI is supported by a range of international firms who value good governance. The link between research and practice is crucial for making a difference and improving governance practices. To join this community contact us at

Institutional Membership

€2,750 per annum

The benefits include:

  • A seat on the ECGI Content Advisory Board.
  • Speaking and sponsorship opportunities when available.
  • Networking and access to leading academics.
  • An organisation profile on the ECGI website.
  • Unlimited individual profile pages in the ECGI membership directory for their team.
  • Unlimited registration for public and members-only email communications.
  • Free attendance at the ECGI Annual Conference and Dinner (up to 5 tickets).
  • Access to the ECGI Community platform and noticeboard.
  • Discounted or free access to certain events when applicable.
  • Note: This category does not include publication rights in the ECGI Working Paper Series.

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ECGI is a vibrant network of governance experts. Listen to what some of them say about being part of the ECGI community.

How can I apply to become a member?

You can apply directly here using our easy application form. If you would like more information about the categories of membership and associated benefits, you can visit our becoming a member page.

Do I need to be nominated to become a member?

No. It is possible to apply for each category without being nominated. However, there is a difference between academic membership and research membership. You can sign up for academic membership today, but applications for research membership are only received every two years. Learn more about the differences in membership categories here.

How can I reinstate my lapsed membership?

We are happy to help you to reactivate your membership. Please send a request by email to

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