Institute of Professional Financial Managers

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Institute of Professional Financial Managers (IPFM)
British Professional body
Industry Treasury and Finance
Founded United Kingdom (1992)
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Key people
Jeff Wooller

The Institute of Professional Financial Managers (IPFM) was established in 1992 as a UK professional body.[1][2] It was established to bridge the gap between the Accountancy and Treasury professions.

IPFM has established links with reciprocal bodies in UK, United States, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Ghana, India, Nigeria, South Africa and Zimbabwe. These bodies accept the Institute's members as their members on payment of the appropriate fee. In most instances, there is no need for IPFM members to complete application forms other than the one on joining the IPFM.[citation needed]

IPFM also provides educational services to Cameroon, Ethiopia, Gambia, Kenya, Swaziland and Zimbabwe. These usually take the form of IPFM approving the educational structures of local bodies and issuing certificates and diplomas.

Membership ranges from the Associate class through to the Doctoral Fellow class.

The IPFM Global Network was set up in 2016. The IPFM Global Network has the main objective of establishing a worldwide web of business consultants, advisors, accountants, auditors, tax specialists and educators. Members retain their name and independence. The knowledge (both domestic and international) of numerous individuals involved in IPFM Global is available to be drawn upon by any member needing assistance.[3]


  1. ^ British Qualifications. Kogan Page. 2005. ISBN 9780749444846. 
  2. ^ Balkaran, Lal (2007). Directory of Global Professional Accounting and Business Certifications. Wiley. ISBN 9780470124864. 
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