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Annual Meetings
October 9-15, 2023

All participants must be accredited before the Meetings. Annual Meetings registration badges will only be issued to pre-registered attendees, and on-site accreditation at the Annual Meetings can not be guaranteed. 

Registration desks are located at the Main Entrance of the Campus. Participants will be required to show their Registration Confirmation Letter and government-issued photo ID to collect their Annual Meetings Registration Badge; only persons with an Annual Meetings badge will have access to the Meetings campus.

Hours for Registration operations (subject to change)

  • Sunday, October 8, 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm
  • Monday, October 9, 7 am to 5:30 pm
  • Tuesday, October 10 - Sunday, October 15,  8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Annual Meetings Registration Badges

All persons must display their Annual Meetings registration badges to board the shuttle buses or enter through the perimeter checkpoints. Please keep your Annual Meetings badge secure at all times. If you arrive to the Meetings campus but have forgotten your badge at the hotel, a new badge will not be reissued. Please make note of this and be sure to have your badge with you before commuting to the Meetings campus. It is not advisable to wear registration badges in public outside the perimeter, especially if there are demonstrators nearby.


Delegates are governmental officials of the member countries of the World Bank Group and IMF, who will register through their respective Executive Director's office. Delegates inquiring about registration should inquire with their respective Executive Director's Office.

If you have any general questions about Delegate registration, please forward your inquiry to



Guest registration is now closed.

Guests fall within the following categories: 

  • Private Sector: Representatives from financial institutions and banks, commercial enterprises, consulting, and contractor firms.

  • Academia: University professors, researchers, faculty members, and students who have research and educational interest in the operations and affairs of the WBG/IMF. Documentation should be submitted with the application (an endorsement letter from the Head of Department or Vice Chancellor of the University) confirming status in the University and stating academic interest.

If you have any questions about Guest registration, please forward your inquiries to

IMF Guest or Bank Guest: 

  • Guests should not submit applications to both institutions as this will delay processsing of the application. 
  • IMF Guests can submit their registration requests online here. 

NOTE: Bank and Fund staff should not register under the Guest category. Staff registration inquiries should be directed to


CSO/Parliamentarian registration is now closed.

At the 2023 Annual Meetings, CSOs and Parliamentarians will register under one category.

CSOs include non-governmental organizations, community groups, labor unions, indigenous people’s movements, faith-based organizations, professional associations, foundations, think tanks, charitable organizations, and other not-for-profit organizations. For questions about CSO registration, please write to

Parliamentarians include Members of Parliament and parliamentary staff. Questions about Parliamentarian registration can be sent to

All other participants - such as representatives from the private sector and academia  - must apply for accreditation through the "Guests" or other relevant registration category. 


Registration Desks

Annual Meetings attendees may obtain their badge from the Registration Desks located at the main entrance to the Annual Meetings Campus.

Registration will be open on Sunday, October 8, from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm, Monday, October 9, from 7 am to 5:30 pm, and then from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm from Tuesday, October 10 until the meetings close on Sunday, October 15.

Walk-in registrations will not be accommodated. 

All participants of the Annual Meetings are expected to act in accordance with the World Bank Group’s Code of Ethics and are reminded to conduct themselves with integrity and impartiality, and to refrain from any behavior that would be inconsistent with the Code. Any participants engaged in disruptive or other inappropriate behavior will have their badge revoked.