Dues are based on your company's gross revenue from your consumer lending activity including interest income, finance charge income, service fee income and gains from securitization or loan sales from loans and leases, sales finance contracts, real estate loans, and small business and agribusiness loans.
Yes, the minimum dues is $415 annually.
No. but there is a scale depending on the revenue amount. For a Dues Computation Form, contact Sheilah Harrison at email@example.com
No, membership in AFSA is at the corporate level. But there is no limit to the individuals from the company that can be involved in AFSA, attend meetings, and have access to "members only" information.
Yes, but you must first wait a year from the time your company is directly or indirectly making loans or providing products and services to credit companies as an industry supplier.
Membership in AFSA is on an annual basis from January - December. Renewal letters are mailed in November of the current year with renewal payments due by March 1.
Your dues are prorated for 12 months. For example, if you join in April, you only pay for 8 months and renew the following March.
Absolutely, and the subsidiary (i.e. mortgage lending or auto finance) will receive a substantial savings on dues.
No, if you qualify as an Active member, you must join in this category first. But, your products and services subsidiary (i.e. insurance, funding, loan processing, attorneys) may join for a significant Business Partner discount.
No, your company must have an additional membership as a Business Partner to have a listing in the AFSA Buyer's Guide.
For more information, contact Sheilah Harrison, Vice President, Member Services.