Corporate affiliate membership is open to public finance industry firms and corporations that share the same goals, objectives or values of the National Association of State Treasurers.
From the NAST Constitution, Article III, Section IV:
NAST reserves the right to evaluate any Corporate Affiliate application or any Corporate Affiliate for conformity with the goals, objectives or values reflected in the constitution, the by-laws or the mission statement of the National Association of State Treasurers, and further reserves the right to take appropriate action with respect to any Corporate Affiliate application or any Corporate Affiliate which does not conform to such goals, objectives or values.
Corporate Affiliate membership does not constitute an endorsement of the affiliate or any of its practices or products by the National Association of State Treasurers.
Corporate Affiliate members may not state or suggest, either directly or indirectly, that NAST authorizes, attests or approves of any product or practice of a Corporate Affiliate. Any reference by a Corporate Affiliate to NAST Corporate Affiliate membership shall include acknowledgement of these limitations.
Applicants will be notified when membership is approved by the association. Due to the safeguard accounting procedures in place by NAST, the automatic deposit of a check for membership fees does not constitute acceptance of membership. If an application is not approved, a full refund is granted to the applicant firm.
Principal Membership: Available to private sector firms and corporations with full membership benefits.
Subsidiary Membership: Available to subsidiaries of firms holding a principal membership.
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