International Confederation of Associations of Experts and Consultants
Confédération internationale des associations d'experts et de conseils (CIDADEC)
Confederación Internacional de Asociaciones de Expertos y de Consultores
Internationaler Bund der Sachverständigen und Konsulenten-Vereinigungen
1954-04-11 Milan Italy
11 Apr 1954, Milan (Italy), as Fédération internationale des associations d'experts-conseils. Present name adopted 26 May 1956. Statutes modified 3 Oct 1957, Paris (France). Registered by Italian Ministry of Industry and Commerce, 8 Jun 1956. No recent activity reported since 1994.
Unite associations of experts, assessors and consultants of any nationality, category and branch; coordinate the fundamental principles of the profession; formulate doctrinal regulations, codify legal provisions and supply members with an international statute, whatever branch of expertise they are concerned with.
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General Assembly (annual) elects Permanent Council of 14 for 3 years. Membership subject to approval by General Assembly. Assemblies closed.
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