Committee Meeting Geneva

 

Registration fee for additional representative(s)

 

Dear registrants to the PIC/S Committee meeting,

Please note that in line with the PIC/S Financial Rules (PS/W 1/2004 (Rev. 7)), Committee meetings taking place in Geneva (Switzerland) are financed under the annual budget and entitle each Contributing Authority to be represented by one representative.

Any additional representative(s) can attend subject to the payment of a registration fee. The registration fee for any additional representative(s) is CHF 200 p.p. (the fee is CHF 400 p.p. for Partner Organisations).

Please find below all information with regards to the payment of the registration fee for any additional representative(s), which amounts to:

  • PIC/S Member, Applicant or Pre-Applicant contributing to the annual budget through payment of the annual fee: CHF 200 per additional participant.
  • Partner Organisation or non-Member not contributing to the annual budget through the payment of the annual fee: CHF 400 per additional participant.

You have the possibility of settling the registration fee either:


1. by credit card: with Paypal

 

  • PIC/S Member, Applicant or Pre-Applicant contributing to the annual budget through payment of the annual fee: CHF 200 per additional participant.
    Number of additional participant
  • Partner Organisation or non-Member not contributing to the annual budget through the payment of the annual fee: CHF 400 per additional participant.
    Number of additional participants

2. by bank transfer (charges to be borne by payer) in favour of:
 

PHARMACEUTICAL INSPECTION CO-OPERATION SCHEME
Bank: Banque Cantonale de Genève (BCGE), Quai de l’Ile 17, 1204 Geneva, SWITZERLAND
IBAN no: CH33 0078 8000 R326 0869 9 – Account no: R3260.86.99 SWIFT CODE: BCGECHGGXXX – SORT CODE: 788

The payment should be effected in CHF (Swiss francs) or the corresponding amount in any currency as listed by the Swiss National Bank according to the monthly average foreign exchange rate of the month preceding the payment, please click “here

3. by cheque: the payment may be made by cheque but must be drawn on a Swiss bank.
 

The payment should be effected in CHF (Swiss francs) or the corresponding amount in any currency as listed by the Swiss National Bank according to the monthly average foreign exchange rate of the month preceding the payment, please click “here