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Welcome to the New York Institute of Credit

101st June Banquet Awards

The New York Institute of Credit (NYIC) was founded in 1918 and has proven to be an industry leader by bringing together trade professionals through educational and networking opportunities.

Open Renewal for Metal Members

NYIC is now renewing and accepting new metal members. Become a metal member today!

Annual Golf & Tennis Outing

Every year, NYIC partners with other organizations to host a golf and tennis outing, providing an ideal environment for relationship building and networking.

Women's Event

Women's Division Luncheon

NYIC Women's Division Luncheons discuss different professional paths. Topics range from, how to tackle obstacles, to the importance of goal setting and being well rounded.

NYIC Celebrates 100 Years

Watch this video of our 100 year celebration and all the memories that make up where the New York Institute of Credit is today.

The New York Institute of Credit bridges the gap between business theory and business practice through networking and educational programs for industry professionals in the middle market.

Featured Events

NYIC/IFA/IFA Northeast Joint Factoring Event

March 3, 2020

Our three panels will take a deep dive into the latest news in the Factoring world.

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Current Disruptors in Real Estate & Bankruptcy

April 1, 2020

Join us for an engaging afternoon with our real estate panel as they share their experiences in today’s changing landscape.

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102nd Annual
Banquet Awards

May 27, 2020

Please join us for the presentation of the Conrad B. Duberstein Memorial Award, and the Leadership in Credit Education Awards.

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Join NYIC Today

Membership organizations offer so much to individuals and organizations. NYIC promises the same! With a new membership directory feature, reduced pricing and a ton of other benefits, we assure you that joining our association will be valuable to your business and network.

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Celebrating 100 Years as the Educator to the New York's Financial Community