How to renew your membership

Your membership is now due for renewal

We trust you’ve had an excellent year and that the Institute has supported your professional development.

As a valued member, we’d like to invite you to renew your membership with us, which is due by Wednesday 1st April 2020.

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Membership benefits

Payment methods

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A reminder of your membership benefits

By renewing your membership, you can continue to build your knowledge over the next 12 months and benefit from:

  • access to our online resources including specialist guidance, and services, such as EQA, consultancy and training
  • personalised advice and guidance, provided by our dedicated technical team
  • exclusive member discounts to attend our conferences and events
  • special member discounts when booking our training courses
  • topical content in our bi-monthly Audit and Risk magazine.

And, with a wealth of networking opportunities available to you throughout the year, your Chartered IIA membership will help you build connections and achieve your internal audit ambitions.

Renewing your membership

  • you can pay online – using a credit card or debit card
  • make a bank transfer

It really is as simple as that.

Which payment method is most suitable?


Pay by card

The internet is a dangerous place. And, to be on the safe side, we only take card payments via a secure server. You can pay by debit card or credit card. The choice is yours.


If paying by BACS/CHAPS/transfer, remember to quote your membership number. That way we can track you down on our systems. 


All sterling payments must be made out to the following account:

Sort code: 60-05-34

Account number: 56174438


International payments, on the other hand, should be addressed to the following: 

IBAN: GB 59NWBK 60053456174438



If you have been invoiced in euros, please use this account:

Sort code: 60-72-04

Account number: 26507978

IBAN: GB59 NWBK 607204 2650 7978


To help you on your way, here are further details regarding these payment methods:

Income tax relief on your subscription

Paying out of your own pocket? Members who personally pay for their own membership subscription (and are not reimbursed by their employer) may claim the amount they pay against their UK income tax liability by submitting a UK tax return or contacting HMRC.

You will initially receive a pro-forma invoice from us, followed by a receipted invoice, detailing the agreed terms of your membership. Please keep hold of your receipted invoice for use when making a HMRC claim.

Reduced fees

Need assistance? Reduced subscriptions are available to members experiencing financial hardship due to circumstances such as unemployment or maternity/paternity leave. For application details please contact

Group scheme member?

As a group scheme member, you don't need to do anything. We'll liaise directly with your employer when your renewal is due, to save you the hassle of doing so.

Please send your remittance advice via email to and quote your membership number.

Got a query?

Unsure about something? We’re here Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm, so please get in touch. For all renewal-related questions and concerns, please call us on 020 7498 0101. Alternatively, you can email us at