Amsterdam Institute of Finance
Amsterdam Institute of Finance (AIF) is a self-supporting, not-for-profit foundation, specialized in providing high-level financial training for finance and other professionals. AIF's status as an independent foundation enables faculty to be selected from internationally renowned business schools. Participants in AIF programs have the advantage of learning from the world's leading experts who have significant teaching as well as consulting experience.
Located in Amsterdam, AIF was established in 1990 as an initiative of the Dutch financial community. Since then, AIF has built a strong presence worldwide for its open enrollment programs as well as its custom made in-company training. AIF has welcomed participants from more than 1000 organizations representing over 100 countries to its programs. In Amsterdam, AIF offers more than 25 different open enrollment programs with a regular faculty base of 30+ members. Particular areas of expertise include Risk Management, Corporate Finance, Project Finance, Valuation, Financial Analysis, Investments, and Negotiation Skills.
In the area of risk management, AIF partners with NYU Stern School of Business to offer the Executive Master of Science in Risk Management program.
AIF is committed to provide financial training that consistently meets or exceeds international industry standards and demands. The international CFA Institute recognizes AIF as an approved provider of continuing education (CE) programs and awards CE points to members who attend approved AIF programs. Additionally, CFA Institute and AIF have formed a partnership to present open enrollment programs internationally.
In the Netherlands, AIF worked together with PRMIA (Professional Risk Managers' International Association) to launch PRMIA's first Dutch chapter. AIF is also a PRMIA Partner for seminars and financial training. In the MENA region, AIF partners with Hawkamah, the Institute for Corporate Governance, located in Dubai, to actively promote and improve corporate governance practices.