Member Benefits

Why Being a Member is So Important…Especially Now

With your RMA membership, you benefit from the member-driven resources and industry information essential for managing today’s economic challenges.

"RMA has played many roles in my career, but I would narrow it down to three specific areas—education and training, peer exchange and association, and leadership. Once I was introduced to RMA and recognized the quality of its programs and materials, I realized what an opportunity RMA gave me to learn my skills. Whether it was the basic exchange of credit information and learning uniform cash flow analysis in my early days or, more recently, broadening my horizons to enterprise risk management, RMA has been a go-to resource for my education and for understanding what it takes to do my job."

— David Coxon, RMA Past Chairman, member since 1980.

Opportunities to Shine

In addition to a free subscription to The RMA Journal® and discounts on all RMA events, products, services, and training, membership also provides countless networking opportunities and exposure to the industry's key decision makers and managers. RMA’s local and national events keep you up to date on industry trends and issues while allowing you to meet new people and swap successes with peers.

Becoming a member also gives you a voice in the industry. A forum to share your ideas and have them valued is extremely satisfying and beneficial for your professional growth.

Members also have access to:

  • The Member Forum on the RMA Xchange, an exclusive online community for real-time discussions with other members.
  • Free recorded Web seminars on a variety of topics.
  • Free downloads of RMA's Enterprise Risk Management Workbook Series.
  • Exclusive regulatory updates from RMA’s own Washington DC insider.
  • Updates on industry best practices.
  • Career development/leadership and networking opportunities.
  • Free downloads of Journal articles and Industry Study Packs.

Who Can Join RMA?

The following entities are eligible for membership: banks, bank holding companies, savings banks, savings and loans, private banks, trust companies, investment banks, finance companies, economic development corporations, leasing companies, governmental agencies responsible for the supervision and regulation of RMA member institutions, and professional firms that provide services related to risk management to financial institutions. Individual membership is open to all personnel involved in lending and risk management in member organizations.

Learn more and join today.