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Corporate membership is open to any corporate body or Company incorporated under the Companies Act. The Corporate Member may appoint corporate nominees who are from Internal Audit or from other business functions, with an option to include members of the Audit Committee (Listed Companies). Nominated individuals are still subject to Membership eligibility criteria at point of application.

New Corporate Members


Required Documents from Nominees 
(in PDF format)


Terms and conditions of corporate membership




Documents to prepare to upload into the portal:

  • Updated copy of resume including current and previous job scopes
  • Certified true copy of academic certificate (verified by HR / HOD or IIA Singapore staff)
  • NRIC Consent form (click to download)
  • Files are to be saved in PDF format. Use short filenames such as Resume, Cert, Consent.

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Steps to submit the online membership application

1. Create a member account online.
2. Team representative will supply the corporate details in the online application form.
3. Download the NRIC Consent Form and forward to the nominees for their completion.
4. For the representative who is also included in the corporate membership, please use a unique email address different from the administrator details.
5. At the payment page, opt for Pay Later option to receive an Invoice to your email address to process for payment.
6. The nominees will receive an account activation email to follow up on the Document List.
7. The representative receives a system-generated email on the login information to manage the account.
8. The invoice is emailed to the representative to process for payment.


Membership Renewal  

Existing corporate members (companies) renew the membership by logging into the Member Portal. 
Please follow the step-by-step instructions, which will guide you through the membership renewal process.
Corporate members who renew their membership will receive $100 training credits under their nominees' accounts. Click FAQ on how to redeem them.


Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Requirements

CPE is integral in ensuring that internal audit practitioners continue to keep their knowledge and skills current with industry developments. It equips practitioners with the ability to evolve with the changing industry landscape and enhances their professionalism and value within the industry.
As part of the annual CPE requirements, all certification holders are required to file and pay their CPE reporting fee through the CCMS yearly by 31 December of each calendar year.  Click here for more details on the CPE requirements.
Access NEW CPE POLICY (Effective 1 September 2023)
Effective 2018, all members are expected to achieve a minimum of 10 CPE hours, out of which, a minimum of 2 CPE hours has to be under Ethics, to continue to enjoy the benefits of your IIA Singapore membership. The 10 CPE hours are not an add-on to the CPE reporting requirements for maintaining your designations for certification holders.  As the CPE requirements for certifications are more onerous, you would have deemed to have fulfilled this as long as you actively report your CPE on an annual basis.