FEI and FEI Australia Form Partnership

January 2004
Financial Executive;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p60
Academic Journal
The article reports on the partnership between the Financial Executive Institute (FEI) in the U.S. and Australia. The two signed a Memorandum of Understanding in New York City. The author notes that members in both organizations will benefit from the partnership's four main objectives, which include furthering global advocacy for FEI professionals worldwide, enhancing all FEI institutes' global network of financial professionals, contributing to global content about foreign markets and creating partnerships and strategic alliances between both organizations. The partnership also involves learning from each other through information-sharing about organizational structure and through publications. In addition, all FEI-Australia members will be eligible to participate in several of the FEI-U.S. member services.


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