SFIG’s membership continues to grow in both numbers and diversity. There are approximately 350 member institutions of SFIG.
These diverse accounting firms, broker/dealers, diversified financial intermediaries, investors, issuers, IT vendors, law firms, mortgage insurers, other small financial institutions, rating agencies, servicers and trustees comprise the structure of our organization and the securitization industry.
Membership is open to firms and individuals in the Structured Finance industry. To become a member please complete the membership application form.
The form will allow you to choose a type of membership. Membership categories are organized by market function and by size of institution. Note that individuals will be associate members without voting rights. If your firm would like to participate in multiple categories, please apply in the most comprehensive or most relevant category and note any additional categories in the comments section.
Membership fees are listed on the form and on the SFIG website. Invoices for dues will be provided within seven business days of receipt of the membership application form. Dues cover a calendar year irrespective of the date of application.
SFIG was established for the purposes of:
- Educating members, legislators, regulators, and other constituencies about structured finance, securitization and related capital markets,
- Building the broadest possible consensus among members on policy, legal, regulatory and other matters affecting or potentially affecting the structured finance, securitization and related capital markets,
- Advocating on behalf of the structured finance and securitization industry with respect to policy, legal, regulatory and other matters affecting or potentially affecting the structured finance, securitization and related capital markets,
- Accomplishing all of the above while being dedicated to the core principles of governance, financial transparency, inclusion and respectful accommodation of divergent member views.