Membership

Become a part of a community of like-minded professionals!

The RMA Rocky Mountain Chapter is a network of industry professionals that can help develop your career in banking and finance. When you become a member, you’ll have people to turn to at every stage of your career for questions or advice.

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The Benefits of Membership

  • Never miss the latest trends and information.
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest news and trends related to the banking industry.
  • Continue to develop your career.
  • Receive member discounts on both online and in-person training courses.
  • Be an industry leader.
  • Get involved with The RMA Rocky Mountain Chapter board and contribute your skills.
  • Grow the association and your career in the best of ways.
  • Network with top professionals in your community.
  • Ongoing opportunities to network with risk and credit professionals throughout the financial services industry.
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Select the RMA membership type that’s right for you

Institutional

This type of membership is for financial institutions, private and governmental, active in lending, identifying enterprise risks and other aspects of risk management, and providing related financial services.

Associate

You can apply for associate membership if you are employed by an institution who is an institutional member of RMA. An associate membership provides exposure to the industry’s key decision makers and managers. Our events will keep you up to date on industry trends and issues while providing you opportunities to meet new people and network with peers.

Professional

Professional members are employed by organizations and entities not eligible to be institutional members, but provide services to financial institutions such as accountants, attorneys, insurance agency professionals, credit/risk department professionals and similar consultants. RMA offers continuing education through its many resources and training courses, many approved for NASBA CPE credit.

Academic

Academic members are employed by schools (i.e. colleges and universities) and are regularly involved in instructing and advising on the mitigation of credit, operational, and market risk for their own institution’s curriculum. Some examples of these types of members include professors, deans, and teaching assistants.

Student

A candidate for a student membership must be a full-time student (not currently employed full time) and be enrolled within a major associated with risk management (banking, business, management, administration, finance, economics, or accounting)