Meetings tend to be over a two-day period, to enable decision-making at both working and executive levels, sometimes in traditional conference rooms and occasionally in a less formal setting. There is a social event associated with meetings, usually dinner, to give members the opportunity for informal discussions.
- Regulation of the Association
- Development of the EECS standard
- Registry-registry communications
- Communications with members and third parties.
- fee structures
- the development of the international residual mix
- the development of the AIB inter-registry Hub
- specific EECS business processes
- development of recommendations for members to protect against financial fraud
The Board is responsible for day-to-day management of the Association and meets monthly, alternating physical meetings with teleconferences. The general cycle of meetings is organised so that budgetary plans are approved at the December General Meeting.
Although the AIB, as an association, liaises with market organisations such as EFET, RECS International and Eurelectric, the formal relationship with market participants is the responsibility of the members of AIB.