Join AFME

Join leading global and European banks.

How to join AFME

Download our Membership Application Form, complete it, then email it to membership@afme.eu or post it to: AFME Membership, 39th Floor, 25 Canada Square, London E14 5LQ. Applications are reviewed for eligibility and approved by the AFME Board.


What makes AFME different?

When you join AFME you are on the cutting-edge of policy development:

  • Focus on wholesale banking issues from a European perspective
  • Direct participation by member firms - not an association of associations
  • Deep in-house expertise from highly qualified staff with market background
  • Unique member-led committees that address wholesale financial industry topics from a market, prudential and policy perspective
  • Expertise in producing evidence-based research and content, including position papers, publications and policy perspective


Member benefits

Keep up with the news on regulatory reform

  • Stay informed on proposed reforms across all asset classes
  • Get weekly and monthly updates on proposals and progress   

Shape the development of best practice and standardisation

  • Help develop processes and standard practices
  • Be at the forefront of market developments

 Access events and professional networking opportunities

  • Participate in regular AFME forums, conferences and seminars
  • Meet with Europe-wide peers in similar roles
  • Be part of a thriving and supportive wholesale capital markets community 


Stay up-to-date on regulatory activity

To keep members up-to-date with the latest industry developments and regulatory activity we provide:

  • Members newsletter – monthly updates summarising AFME’s work and highlighting key market and regulatory developments
  • Members briefing calls – monthly calls taking an in-depth look at one particular issue and hosted by AFME senior management and policy experts
  • Reports and Publications – a range of reports and publications on key topics
  • Global updates – weekly email digests of major EU and global regulatory and legislative actions affecting the financial services sector