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Membership

Corporate Affiliates

Make valuable connections, work toward common goals

Join the over 100 Corporate Affiliates of NAST to build your professional relationships and foster cooperation between the state treasuries, other government financial agencies, and private companies working towards similar goals in the public finance sector.

Explore the benefits of Corporate Affiliate membership

Advance your career 

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  • Attend NAST conferences at a discounted member rate
  • Submit topics and speaker suggestions for conference sessions and webinars.
  • Serve as a speaker or panelist at NAST conferences.
  • Attend members-only webinars and conference calls.
  • Access archived conference materials and recorded webinars.
  • Access publications and other resource materials on the members-only site. Earn a certificate in public finance.

Connect with State Treasurers, public-finance leadership, and your colleagues 

  • Network with State Treasurers and their senior staff to better understand their needs and the nationwide trends.
  • Showcase your company with a profile in our exclusive affiliate directory.
  • Help public-sector members find your firm by primary industry and services offered.
  • Highlight your firm at our conference through unique and memorable sponsorship opportunities.
  • Connect with and learn from your peers whose shared knowledge represents decades of experience in every area of public finance.
  • Attend programming events at conferences to hear the latest on day-to-day management trends and needs as well as long-term analysis.
  • Connect and engage with NAST on social media.
  • Interact with college savings plans directors, state debt managers, and unclaimed property personnel through the NAST network.
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Stay current 

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  • Receive the NAST Newsletter with curated articles and updates on NAST events.
  • Submit case studies, reports, and other outreach articles to the Newsletter.
  • Access the members-only website to contact members, review Treasurers’ profiles, and access state RFPs from across the country.
  • Attend NAST Committee and Network calls and meetings to hear the latest developments and policy issues related to public finance.

Be an advocate 

  • Advocate on behalf of public-finance issues and programs before Congress and regulatory bodies.
  • Receive the exclusive “Washington Update” with a level of detail unavailable from most news sources.
  • Participate in quarterly conference calls with NAST’s advocacy experts.
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Be a national leader 

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Enjoy NAST benefits for your entire organization 

If you work in a NAST-dues-paying company, you are entitled to all of the NAST benefits. To ensure access to these benefits, we encourage Corporate Affiliate staff to use the member portal and ensure your contact information is up-to-date. There is no extra per-person charge beyond the annual corporate dues (i.e. all employees of the company have access to the NAST benefits). Membership dues are based on the number of employees of the entire company.

NAST Corporate Affiliates 

Acacia Financial Group, Inc.
AIF Global
AKF Consulting Group
American Century Investments
American International Group (AIG)
Aon Investment Consulting
Aristotle Capital
Arrow Payments
Ascensus College Savings
Assured Guaranty
Audit Services U.S., LLC
Avenu Insight & Analytics
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman LLP
BNY Mellon
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
C.S. McKee LP
Capital Group / American Funds
Chapleau Law
Citi
Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC
College Savings Bank
Columbia Management
Conduent
Customer Engagement Technologies
Development Corporation for Israel
Dimensional Fund Advisors, Inc.
EECS LLC
EnTrust Global
Experian
EY (Ernst & Young LLP)
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath
Fast Enterprises
Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh
Federated Investors
FHLB Office of Finance
Fidelity Capital Markets
Fidelity Investments
Financial Recovery Technologies
First Data Government Solutions
FitchRatings
Gift of College
Goldman Sachs & Company
Great Disclosure LLC
Griffin Stevens & Lee Consulting
Hartford Funds
Hawkins, Delafield & Wood LLP
Hilltop Securities
Innovative Advocate Group
Insight Investment
Intuition College Savings Solutions LLC
Invesco
Investment Company Institute
Invite Education
J.P. Morgan
Jefferies LLC
Kamakura Corporation
Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP
Kelmar Associates, LLC
KeyCorp
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
Kroll Bond Rating Agency
Kyriba
Lazard Asset Management
Libera, Inc.
Linking Assets
MarketSphere Consulting LLC
Massena Associates LLC
Mintz Levin
Natixis Investment Managers
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
P/E Investments
Pomerantz LLP
Prudential
Public Financial Management (“PFM”)
Public Resources Advisory Group
Ramirez & Co.
Raymond James
RBC Capital Markets
RBC Global Asset Management (U.S.), Inc.
Reverence Capital Partners
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd
S&P Global
Siebert Williams Shank & Co.
Sootchy Inc
Sovos
SPARX Asset Management
Specialty Audit Services LLC
State Street Corporation
Strategic Insight
T. Rowe Price
TD Bank
TIAA
Timberland Investment Resources, LLC
TPG
Treasury Services Group
U.S. Bank
UBS Global Asset Management
Ultimus Fund Solutions
Union Bank & Trust Company
UPromise
The Vanguard Group
Verus Analytics
Visa Inc.
Voya
Wellington Management Company, LLP
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Wolf Popper LLP
W.F.S. Corporation