Our membership subscription fees for the ACi are low compared to other associations. The ACi Executive Committee seeks, as a non-profit, to keep membership rates low to act in the best interests of our members. We seek only to cover operating costs and have no shareholders or equity investors. The ACi is governed by members of the in-house corporate investigations community for the community.
Membership is open to:
- In-House Investigators, meaning if you are a dedicated corporate investigator in a corporate or non-governmental organisation. This includes in-house legal, HR, audit, compliance, risk, ethics/integrity, operations, security or any role required to contribute to corporate investigations of any type no matter how little your contribution. In-house seeking a career in corporate investigations or wishing to learn more about the profession.
- Public Sector, Law Enforcement, Academics and Students, meaning those involved in public sector investigations roles of any type, law enforcement or academics and students with an interest in learning more about corporate investigations or transitioning to a career in corporate investigations. The public sector also includes regulatory organisations and professional bodies with a corporate investigations oversight role or interest in the corporate investigations profession.
- External Investigators, meaning external law firms, consultancies, auditors, education and training companies, private corporate investigation companies, compliance and risk advisory, any role which ‘sells investigative services of any type’ to corporates or non-governmental organisations (NGO’s). The external category also includes investigative journalists seeking to learn more about corporate investigations.
Currently we are offering ‘membership-lite’ subscriptions whilst we develop our full programs.