The IOR is committed to the promotion of skills and standards associated with the profession of Operational Risk Management. It is an independent, not for profit, professional body designed to support its members through the provision of:

  • Professional standards
  • External events
  • Research
  • Sound practice guidance

By becoming a Corporate Member your organisation will directly support the work of the IOR. You will also receive a range of benefits for both your organisation as a whole and your operational risk and related professionals.
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Corporate Membership Benefits

  • Affiliation to the local chapter in which your Head Office is located, where available
  • Access to events across all IOR Chapters (including seminars, forums, conferences and social events)
  • Many events at zero cost for nominated corporate representatives
  • Chargeable events at the discounted member rate (where available)
  • Your logo, plus an acknowledgement on the IOR website to demonstrate your commitment to the Institute and the discipline of operational risk management
  • Access to the members only area and associated resources, including all Sound Practice Guidance Papers (for nominated corporate representatives)
  • Regular IOR Newsletter
  • Automatic notification of official IOR events and IOR accredited events
  • Access to general meetings and voting rights for one senior official

Obligations of Corporate Members

  • Corporate members are asked to host one IOR event per year, to support the Local Chapter to which they are affiliated, where one is available
  • To ensure that nominated individuals abide by the Institute’s member code of conduct
  • To keep the IOR informed of any changes in the details of nominated corporate representatives

Subscription Rates

Corporate membership fees are charged in blocks of 10 or 20 nominated corporate representatives. The current fee structure is as follows:

£1,000 per block of 10 representatives

In addition there is a one off administration fee of: £200.