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Payment notice: please note that effective 1 June 2019 we will no longer accept cheques as payment for all membership subscriptions, renewals or qualifications.

2019 – 20 Membership Renewal Subscriptions

Your membership renewal is due on 1 September 2019 and subscription renewal notices have been sent out to all members.  If you have not received your renewal notice contact the Membership Department at membership@pensions-pmi.org.uk or on 0207 392 7410.

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PMI membership upgrade waiver

Following the success of the opportunity to upgrade membership category without the election fee for recent qualifiers in the April 2015 exams, the Board has decided to allow all future qualifiers after each exam to upgrade their membership without the appropriate election fee.  The invitation to upgrade letter will be posted together with your results indicating a three month window period in which to upgrade your membership.  Members wishing to upgrade after the end of the waiver period will be required to undertake the usual process which requires the upgrade fee plus the annual subscription at the appropriate rate. 

For further details contact the Membership Department at membership@pensions-pmi.org.uk or on 020 7392 7410.

Our membership structure is designed to ensure that all those who are associated with the PMI are included as members. In addition, we wish to include those who have a strong affiliation with the industry and want to be a member of an Institute that represents those working within it. A full list of current PMI membership categories can be found here

Code of Professional Conduct

On joining the PMI, all members agree to adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct.

Membership of the Institute is a privilege. The disciplines and standards of behaviour expected of members must uphold the reputation of the profession and the Institute. This reputation could easily be marred by the shortcomings of a few members. The interests of employers and customers of those members whose business is that of offering advice or providing services must also be protected. The PMI Board therefore believes that members will welcome guidance upon matters of a professional nature and issues the Code of Professional Conduct which represents those standards which can be expected to be the minimum necessary to uphold the professional integrity of members.

The PMI Code of Professional Conduct can be found here.