INSOL Europe Membership

Who can become a member?

INSOL Europe has over 1,200 members across Europe and beyond.  If you are a lawyer, accountant, insolvency practitioner, academic, lender, regulator, member of the judiciary, credit manager, credit insurer or a student of the insolvency discipline, then you can apply to become a member.

INSOL Europe is the pre-eminent way of networking with your counterparts across Europe.

Membership benefits
  • Discounted rates for our conferences and online events.
  • Free access to our NEW web series – Coffee Breaks.
  • Free digital copies of publications in the INSOL Europe Technical Series including "The European Communication & Cooperation Guidelines for Cross-Border Insolvency."
  • Free copies of Eurofenix, INSOL Europe's popular quarterly journal.
  • Discounted advertising rates for you and your business in Eurofenix.
  • Opportunities to join working groups, write articles for our newsletters and website.
  • Weekly emails with top European insolvency news items.
  • Access to the INSOL Europe European Insolvency Regulation Case Register now hosted by LexisNexis
  • Access to a tracker of insolvency reforms globally produced by Lexis Nexis in partnership with INSOL Europe
  • Privileged website access to the password protected "members' area" which includes:
    • Glossaries of Terms relevant to insolvency laws of most European countries.
    • A downloadable version of the Membership Database.
    • Material from the Eastern European Countries' Committee.
    • Current edition of Eurofenix in PDF format.
    • Forthcoming papers by the Academic Forum.
    • INSOL Europe's Financial Statements
  • Discounted rate for the INSOL International conferences.
  • Discount of 25% off INSOL International’s Foundation Certificate in International Insolvency Law.
  • Free copies of INSOL International's quarterly newsletter, "INSOL World", together with their annual Membership Directory and technical releases.
In addition, our Council has direct contact with the EU.  The principal goal of INSOL Europe's Academic Forum is to study insolvency matters emanating from EC regulations and to promote the further development of insolvency law as an academic discipline throughout Europe.

INSOL Europe Annual Subscriptions - 2021/22
Membership type Euro Sterling
Academic €125 £112
Eastern European Countries €150 £134
Full Member* €380 £339
Honorary €0 £0
Judiciary €125 £112
Retired €125 £112
Student €125 £112
Young Member (under age 40) €125 £112

The current admission fee for all member types is €210 / £188**. All members of INSOL Europe are entitled to the membership benefits of INSOL International ( 

*A discounted rate of €340/£304 applies to Full Members who belong to another member association of INSOL International, for example R3.

**Under special conditions one can be exonerated of this fee.

Apply for membership now
Find out more about becoming a member by reading our updated Membership brochure.

To apply, download and complete the Proposal form (Microsoft Word doc) and simply email, post or fax to the address shown on the form.

Contact Hannah Denney, our Membership Co-ordinator for further details and a printed copy of the membership brochure.
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