Governance NZ

Benefits of becoming a Fellow

There are two levels of chartered membership: Associate, denoted by the post-nominals ACG (formerly ACIS) and Fellow, which uses the post-nominals FCG (formerly FCIS).

Become a Fellow

Senior chartered members who have acquired a greater level of experience and responsibility within the profession. Fellows are members of both Governance New Zealand and the Chartered Governance Institute.

Find out how you can advance to become a Fellow.

Benefits of becoming a Fellow Member

  • All member benefits
  • Access to the Resources Centre
    • International reports and surveys
    • Thought Leaderships Reports
    • GNZ Quarterly technical briefings and GNZ Monthly newsletter
  • Global connection
    • Automatic Member of the Chartered Governance Institute
    • Access global e-community o Access to global passport
    • Access to the Mentoring Support Programme
  • International recognition
    • As a Chartered or Affiliated member, you belong to an international governance community and if you take the opportunity to live and work in another country, your membership is transferable across any of the nine divisions of the Chartered Governance Institute.
  • Opportunity to be a CNZ/GNZ board member
  • Opportunity to be a Mentor in the Mentoring Support Programme
  • Invitation only events
  • Annual Dinner for Fellows