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Commercial Membership
Who Is Eligible to Become a Commercial Member of AFSA?
Commercial membership is available to companies that provide commercial financing and business-to-business lending. These companies do not qualify for active membership, since they are not involved with consumer lending.
Why Should Commercial Finance Companies Join AFSA?
Commercial finance companies that join AFSA will be part of a strong, vibrant association.   These companies can participate in AFSA’s U.S. and European Investors Conferences, whose current participants include some of the top 100 Finance/Leasing Companies in the U.S. and Europe. 
Like other AFSA members, commercial finance companies are eligible to participate in AFSA’s Committees of Professional Interest such as Financial Relations, Accounting, ID Theft & Fraud Control, Risk Management, and eBusiness & Technology Solutions. These committees offer opportunities to exchange information and network with peers from other companies.     
Commercial finance company executives can play a major role in the oversight and success of the AFSA Investors Conference and have served in leadership roles.
Top Benefits of Commercial Membership
  • Receive regular updates on key legislative activities and timely alerts on developments in the U.S. related to your company’s specific industry segment.
  • Access to the association’s weekly online newsletter, AFSA Newsbriefs, which provides the latest AFSA, member, card, commercial finance, mortgage, personal loan and vehicle finance news.
  • Receive registration fee discounts at all AFSA conferences.
  • Access to more than 100 qualified investors that attend the AFSA International Fixed Income Investors Conferences each spring. Showcase your company’s value to the investment community during an individual company presentation, schedule one-on-one investor meetings and conduct small group discussions. More information about the conferences.
  • Participate on committees, section and divisions for peer-to-peer connections that maximize the value of your commercial membership. Committees relevant to Commercial members include: Accounting, Financial Relations, ID Theft Fraud Control, and eBusiness & Technology Solutions.
What is the Cost to Join?
For membership fees and an application, please contact Sheilah Harrison, AFSA Vice President, Member Services, at sharrison@afsamail.org

Who are AFSA’s Commercial Members?
Among the commercial membership is Automotive Finance Corporation www.afcdealer.com, Dell Financial Services www.dellfinancialservices.com, Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation www.finance.cat.com, John Deere Credit www.deere.com/en_US/jdc, PACCAR Financial Corporation www.paccar.com, and Sallie Mae, Inc. www.slmfinancial.com.


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