Membership in ESRA is open to all types of organizations and trade associations. With every membership there will be a designated official representative, but other member employees are welcome to participate in association activities. Your membership expires 52 weeks after you join, regardless of the time of year the application is received.
- ESRA closely monitors legislative and regulatory trends, reports developments to members and is an advocate in Washington D.C. and other venues for standard protocols and structures. Members receive Electronic Financial Service Council legislative files, alerts and contact information.
- ESRA members receive exclusive, immediate access to the latest news and regulatory updates regarding electronic signatures and records. They are invited to bi-annual, member-only meetings, which in the past have featured guest speakers from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
- Members can participate in any capacity they wish – they may serve on ESRA committees such as:
- Public Policy
- Members can become directly involved in key electronic signature and records issues and network with leading subject matter experts, industry leaders and vendors.
- ESRA’s active public policy group gives members a voice by responding to specific business challenges.
- The ESRA community interacts in an open collaborative forum to explore similar interests and goals to help establish a common understanding of legislation and trends needed for important business conversations involving electronic signature and records.
Annual Membership Dues:
Annual fees for membership are per organization; there are no other fees for membership.
- $2,500 for General Membership
- $1,000 for Associations/Government
ESRA’s membership fees are used to fund legislative and industry educational events, research studies, and other pertinent programs.