Frankfurt Main Finance Membership

Frankfurt Main Finance offers a platform to its members

  • for contacts in the financial world and politics
  • in order to carry into effect ideas with partners at the financial centre
  • for initiating contact with other financial centres
  • for high-quality events on current topics
  • for the support of effective and sustainable public relations
  • in order to promote the financial location of Frankfurt in an effective way

There are three levels of membership in Frankfurt Main Finance available: Regular, Sustaining, and FinTech.

55 Kapitalverwaltungs­gesellschaften

haben ihren Sitz in Frankfurt.

Source: BaFin - as of 11/17/15

Regular Members

Regular members of the association can be legal entities, associations, credit institutions, financial institutions and their service providers (particularly law firms and auditing and tax consulting companies), along with statutory corporations (particularly the state of Hesse and the city of Frankfurt), but not natural persons. Regular members are entitled to vote in the meetings of the members.

Sustaining Members

Sustaining members of the association can be legal entities, associations, credit institutions, financial institutions and their service providers, along with institutions and statutory corporations, to the extent that, due to their work, their occupation or their participation in commercial life, they are suitable for promote the goals of the association. Sustaining members are not entitled to vote in the meetings of the members, but can participate in the meetings. They regularly receive information on the work of the association.

FinTech Members

FinTech Members are FinTech companies from across Germany. FinTech members should have fewer than 50 employees and companies should be no older than five years. FinTech Members can participate in General Assembly meetings but are not entitled to vote. They will receive regular updates on the association’s activities and work.

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