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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I subscribe for FIF?

Click the register here button, enter your information and follow the steps to register for the Break Out Sessions of your choice.

How do I subscribe for the Break Out Sessions?

When you subscribe for the event, you will get the option to select the Break Out Sessions of your choice. That way, you create your own personal program for FIF.

You can only register for your preferred sessions, once you’ve registered.

Can I subscribe my colleague(s) for the event?

The registration part of the site is personal. As you have to subscribe for the webinars, and the places are personal, a different account for your colleague(s) has to be created.

How much is the attendance fee?

This year, FIF will become a free event.

How can I share news articles of FIF?

On the “News” page, you’ll see a “share” icon next to the articles. This allows you to share the articles with colleagues.

I cannot attend FIF, can a colleague take my place?

Participants unable to attend may be replaced by a colleague. These changes must be confirmed by e-mail at We will do the necessary to transfer the accounts.

Who can attend FIF?

FIF is a professional B2B event, which focuses on fund professionals. While registering, you will be asked to confirm that you are a B2B attendee.

I did not receive a confirmation email?

This can take a few minutes. Make sure to check your spam folder. If you still did not receive an email, please contact us.

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