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Definition: Institute of international finance (IIF)
Formed in 1983, Institute of international finance (IIF) is the only global association of financial institutions. It was formed in response to the international debt crisis and the objective was to form an institution that meets the changing need of financial institutions. Members of IIF include most of the world’s largest commercial banks and investment banks, and number of insurance companies and investment management firms. Some of the key objectives of IIF include:
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