|Who may become a member?
||To qualify for Voting (VM) or Associate Membership (AM) individuals must:
- Be nominated and seconded by two current Voting Members (see list of members);
- Submit a copy of their curriculum vitae;
- Have had 20 engagements as an expert in securities dispute resolution or such experience, skill, or other qualifications so that you may be able to contribute to the organization. (AM are exempt from meeting the requirement of 20 engagements.)
|What are the benefits of being a Member?
- An invitation to, and the ability to participate in SER conferences;
- Access to all materials provided at conferences;
- Access to SER website information and resources;
- The ability to contribute content to SER website;
- Post personal contact information and resume or cirriculum vitae information;
- Post a link to your website and LinkedIn page;
- Benefits provided by Securities Arbitration Commentator, Inc.
|What is the difference between a Voting and Associate Members?
||Only Voting Members and NOT Associate Members have the ability to:
- Vote for the Board of Directors and President-Elect;
- Chair Committees and serve on the Board of Directors;
- Serve as an Officer.
|Are there any obligations of membership?
||All members must agree to accept official corporate notices via email and pay dues on a timely basis.
Current Annual Dues: $550
|Do I have to post my contact information or my curriculum vitae on SER's website?
||We require that both accompany your membership application. Only your name will be published for public viewing, everything else may be kept private on the website. However, your contact information will be available to other SER Members.
|How do I apply?
||Fill out this form: Apply for Membership