Benefits of NASP Membership/

Benefits of NASP Membership

When you join NASP, you become part of a nationwide community of experts, leaders in the secondary market for structured settlements. You become part of an association committed to safeguarding high standards of transparency, credibility, and integrity in our industry.

Regular NASP Members benefit from:

Professional Development and Education

  • Discounted, preferential registration at the Annual NASP Conference and CLE  credits in certain states
  • Regular opportunities to learn about industry best practices and how to avoid problems, mishaps, and losses
  • Regular updates on legal issues and news
  • Judicial education outreach

Networking and Business Development

  • Periodic face-to-face and phone meetings of NASP’s general membership, along with investors, law firms, and third-party service providers.
  • Open dialogue with executives and decision makers at other firms
  • Regular opportunities to get to know colleagues at other companies
  • Exposure on the NASP website and access to members-only content
  • Easy access to transfer counsel nationwide

Business Operations Support

  • Exclusive use of NASP’s extensive anti-fraud database, to help you clear title to new transactions, avoid encumbrances and liens, and minimize losses resulting from seller fraud or internal error
  • Pro-active monitoring of new legislation at the state and federal level
  • Professional lobbying activities to promote the Model Act in all states
  • Access to NASP’s federal lobbyist

Affiliate Members benefit from:

Professional Development and Education

  • Discounted, preferential registration at the Annual NASP Conference, and CLE credits in certain states
  • Regular opportunities to learn about industry best practices and how to avoid problems, mishaps, and losses
  • Regular updates on legal issues and news
  • Judicial education outreach

Networking and Business Development

  • Regular opportunities to get to know colleagues at other companies
  • Exposure on the NASP website