The European Finance Association (EFA) is a registered international non-profit organization with scientific and educational objectives, governed by the dispositions of Title III of the Belgian law of 27 June 1921 pertaining to non-profit organizations, international non-profit organizations, and foundations, as published in the Annexes of the official public registry organ: Le Moniteur belge.
The EFA Secretariat (the Association's headquarters) is located at: Passage du Nord 19, 1000 Brussels, Belgium – in the offices of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM).
- To read the complete text and Articles of the latest version, download the EFA Statutes [362 KB]
[NOTE: In February 2010, the proposed modifications to the EFA Statutes (ratified at the 2009 EFA General Assembly) were filed with a notary public in Brussels. The newly-revised EFA Statutes were officially published in Le Moniteur belge and have been in effect since 31 May 2010.]
» RF Call for Papers
The submission window for the Review of Finance's Special Issue on China is now open. Guest edited by Zhiguo He and co-edited by Yongxiang Wang. Deadline December 31, 2020.
» RF New editors
The Review of Finance is delighted to announce the appointment of Daniel Paravisini and Chris Parsons as Editors, to start a three-year term commencing in January 2021.
» New Associate Editors
The Review of Finance is delighted to announce the appointment of Brian Melzer, Jacopo Ponticelli, and Rick Townsend as Associate Editors, to start a three-year term commencing in January 2021.
» New Vice-President
Elena Carletti, Full Professor of Finance at Bocconi University, has been elected Vice-President of the European Finance Association with the prospect to become President in 2022. As Vice-President, she will also be Program Chair of the next EFA annual conference (EFA 2021), to be held at Bocconi University in Milan in August 2021.
» New Vice-President
Xavier Vives, professor of Economics and Finance, Abertis Chair of Regulation, Competition and Public Policy, and academic director of the Public-Private Research Center at IESE Business School has been elected Vice-President of the European Finance Association (EFA) with the prospect to become President in 2023. As Vice-President, he will also be Program Chair of the EFA annual conference (EFA 2022), to be held at IESE In Barcelona in August 2022.
» 47th EFA Annual Meeting
EFA 2020 was a great success with more than 2,800 registered participants. Thanks to Aalto University School of Business in Helsinki for hosting our first virtual conference.
» 48th EFA Annual Meeting
August 25-28, 2021
» 49th EFA Annual Meeting
August 24-27, 2022
IESE Business School, University of Navarra
» EFA Doctoral Workshop
The EFA Doctoral Workshop with David Yermack on digital currency and blockchain has been postponed to 2021. Applications will reopen in February 2021.
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