The role of the French Federation of Real Estate and Property Companies (FSIF) is to:
- Study, promote and represent the collective and professional interests of its members.
- Seek out and deploy all appropriate resources capable of supporting its members.
- More generally, to look after or assist its members in dealing with any issue that concerns the FSIF directly or indirectly.
The French Real Estate and Property Investment Institute (IEIF) is an independent research center that acts as a forum conducive to discussions and exchange among real estate and investment professionals.
In this role, it provides information, analyses and forecasts, while serving as an idea incubator for the entire profession.
Founded in 1999, EPRA (European Public Real estate Association) is a not-for-profit association registered in Belgium.
EPRA activities reflect its mission to promote, develop and represent the European public real estate sector.
NYSE Euronext, Inc. is a Euro-American multinational financial services corporation that operates multiple securities exchanges, most notably New York Stock Exchange, Euronext and NYSE Arca.
Created in 2002, the Association of La Défense Users (AUDE) is an independent non-profit association that brings together more than 60 large corporations, graduate schools and universities in the La Défense business district of Paris. Its members represent more than 68% of the district’s total office and retail space.
Green Rating Alliance is a partnership of leading global real estate companies launched in March 2011. Non-for-profit association, the Green Rating Alliance is built on an open architecture and dedicated to improving and monitoring the environmental performance of existing buildings.
Under the aegis of the Fondation de France, the Palladio Foundation was created in 2008 by property industry professionals to help them take into account the economic, technological, environmental, demographic, and anthropological changes affecting urban development. It provides a forum for all property industry disciplines (zoning, architecture, construction, property development, engineering, and town planning), as well as for other industries impacted by urban development issues such as the energy, transport and digital broadcasting sectors, public authorities, nonprofits, researchers and the media.
Since 1969, the Federation of Individual Investors and Investment Clubs (F2iC), an independent not-for-profit association, has given support to individual shareholders, whether or not they are part of an investment club. Over more than 40 years, some 3 million individuals have increased their stock market proficiency with its help.
The F2iC is a networking and educational tool for individuals wanting to study and learn about the stock market, either independently or as part of a club. It offers educational resources, providing an introduction to financial markets, the workings of investment clubs, and their legal, accounting and financial structure.