International Association of Investors in the Social Economy (INAISE)
Association internationale des investisseurs dans l'économie sociale
Asociación Internacional de los Inversores en la Economia Social
1989-11-15 Barcelona Spain
15 Nov 1989, Barcelona (Spain). Launching conference Apr 1990, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Previously also referred to as Association européenne de banques et organismes financiers interpellés par les questions d'écologie, de culture, de gestion démocratique de l'économie sociale.
Facilitate development of and international cooperation among financial institutions involved in community banking, social investment and other ethical saving activities which encourage a more conscious handling of savings and which invest in ethical, ecological and self-managing undertakings; help develop trust and cooperation among finance organizations so as to enable joint investment across boundaries by members; provide information on policy and practice of investment and banking in members' countries and at European and international level.
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General Meeting of Members (annual) and Board of Directors are decision-making bodies. Secretariat carries day-to-day operations.
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