We invite you to apply for membership in the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER). To help you determine your qualifications, the Membership Committee of the Board of Directors has put together the following guidelines for level of membership. After your online application has been submitted, it will be reviewed by the Membership Committee and you will be notified via email of your membership confirmation.
Associate Membership is for those (1) in the legal and accountancy professions who are affiliated with a firm providing federal equity receivership services as a practice group; (2) who have been appointed as equity receivers by state agencies; (3) who have served as primary counsel or forensic accountants to those appointed as equity receivers by state agencies; (4) in the legal and accountancy professions who are affiliated with a firm providing state equity receivership services as a practice group; or (5) who work primarily in foreign jurisdictions in roles similar to those listed in 1-4 above. A Young Professional option is available for any qualifying associate member 40 and under. Associate Member Dues are $375 per year.
Retired Membership is available for members in good standing who have retired from their chosen profession and are no longer soliciting or performing any paid employment or consulting services related to federal equity receiverships. Retired members are required to provide NAFER with the member’s preferred email and physical address. Retired members enjoy the same benefits of NAFER associate members, including free admission to NAFER’s Regional Education Series, access to NAFER’s newsletter, The Receiver, e-newsletter NAFER news, and the Resource Library. In addition, retired members receive discounted registration fees to the annual conference. Retired member dues are $150 per year.Please contact the NAFER Staff to indicate you have retired and would like to change your membership.
Access to our highly acclaimed newsletter, The Receiver and e-newsletter NAFER News
Discounted registration fees to the Annual Conference
Professional Case Review
The ability to submit a request for a case review and the submission of an of Amicus Brief on your behalf (researched and prepared by top-level NAFER members)
The privilege of serving in a leadership role for the Association