Benefits of nara membership

nara is the professional Association for Property & Fixed Charge Receivers and membership of nara gives many benefits:-

  • nara is the only organisation representing the views of Property & Fixed Charge Receivers to Government departments and ministers
  • nara fosters relationships between receivers and the lenders who appoint them
  • nara liaises with other professional and trade associations who are the providers of Practicing Licences
  • nara provides education and training to maintain the highest standards in the Profession

In addition, all Fellows, Associates, Affiliates and Trainees of nara receive the following benefits:

  • Listings in the nara directory - the ONLY definitive directory of fixed charge receivers - mailed regularly to appointors, media, linked organisations and Government agencies (Fellows and Associates)
  • Details entered onto the ‘Find a Practitioner’ - the search facility on nara’s website for Appointors looking for a local LPA Receiver (Fellows)
  • Access to exclusive nara Guidance Notes Library  and Practice Statements published on the nara website covering all aspects of LPA Receivership
  • Access to helpline for professional support and guidance
  • Entitlement to attend nara training days and the Annual Spring Conference at Membership rates
  • E-Mail notification of relevant changes in legislation and other items of interest to members
  • Access to exclusive Breaking News articles when published on the website
  • Use of nara ® logo and designatory letters (FNARA) on their own business cards (Fellows), on letter heading of a practice where 50% or more of the partners or directors are Fellows of the Association, and on any advertising material relating specifically to the work of Fixed Charged Receivership and published by a practice in which at least one partner or director (or equivalent)  is a Fellow of the Association.
  • Regular mailing of nara News – the e-newsletter sent to all nara members detailing the latest news about nara, training and issues impacting members
  • Twice yearly e-mailings of narator – the nara newsletter aimed at providing a balance of news about nara, practical comment and professional advice
  • Entitlement to attend functions arranged by nara as networking opportunities for members
  • Entitlement to attend and speak at nara General Meetings (Fellows and Associates)
  • Eligibility to become a member of the nara Council (Fellows and Associates)