Joining ICC as a Direct Member
In countries where an ICC national committee has yet to be formed, companies, banks, law firms, chambers of commerce, individuals, associations, and other organizations can join ICC by becoming a direct member.
Below are the fees to join ICC as a direct member. To see if the World Bank classifies your country’s economy as high income, upper middle income, lower middle income, or low income, please click on the World Bank link below, then scroll down to find your country. Please contact email@example.com at the ICC International Secretariat in Paris for more information on becoming a direct member.
ICC Direct Membership Fees 2018
Based on the World Bank list of economies, June 2017
|Classification||Company/bank/law firm/other organization|
(more than 50 employees)*
|Company/bank/law firm/other organization|
(less than 50 employees)*
|Chamber of Commerce*|
|Upper middle income||4,000||2,500||4,000|
|Lower middle income||3,000||1,800||3,000|
These fees do not apply in countries where an ICC national committee is established. Each ICC national committee sets its own rates, according to the local economy.
Please check to see if ICC has a national committee in your country.