Our Associate Members are professional services firms that provide services to entities engaged in the business of finance and the provision of credit. They support our industry through a range of products and services including legal advice, consultancy, accounting, technology solutions, credit assessment and asset remarketing.
We have over 40 Associate Members who range from law firms, software providers, credit bureaus, compliance training and advisory services providers.
AFIA is a not for profit entity that exists for the sole purpose of delivering our members strategic objectives of leadership, representation, insights, engagement and connectivity under the direction of our Board.
We provide businesses with a range of bespoke solutions to suit the individual needs and goals of your organisation.
The opportunity to inform political influencers, governments, key policy officials, regulators and key industry stakeholders on how best to create a fair, equitable and competitive market.
Free registration to AFIA connectivity forums, podcasts and webinars, as well as discounted access to AFIA and Australia wide events that foster the development of influential networks with likeminded professionals, service providers, Government and industry regulators.
The opportunity to partner with the Association as host/sponsor for member exclusive and industry wide events.
Valuable commercial and operational insights into the finance sector by way of routine and targeted communications as well as specialised reports.
Access to workshops, masterclasses, product specific working groups, training courses and educational webinars which can go towards members meeting their annual continuing professional development (CPD) obligations.
Generate brand awareness through the contribution of branded content for AFIA policy white papers, data reports (relative to your sector) and social media posts, and build your profile in the industry by speaking at AFIA events and government and industry forums, and engaging with journalist and political influences.