Fédération internationale des professions immobilières (FIABCI)
International Real Estate Federation
Federación Internacional de Profesiones Inmobiliarias
Internationaler Verband der Immobilienberufe
1951-06-02 Paris France
Founded by national associations of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany FR and USA, following the setting up, 1948, Paris, of International Federation of Real Estate Board Managers -- Alliance internationale des administrateurs de biens immobiliers. Recognized by French Ministerial Decree, 8 Oct 1951. Statutes last modified May 2013, Taichung (Taiwan).
Provide access and opportunity for real estate professionals interested in gaining knowledge, sharing information and conducting international business with each other.
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General Assembly (twice a year); Board of Directors; Executive Committee; General Secretariat based in Paris (France). Regional Structure: Asia-Pacific Region - 14 chapters; American Regions, with Americas Committee - 6 chapters; Africa and Near East Region - 5 chapters; Europe with European Committee and Regional European Committee - 22 chapters. Divisions (3): Administration; Professional; International Relations.
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