Criteria for joining

The RESAVER Consortium encourages wide membership and active participation.

Membership options

The RESAVER Consortium offers two different types of membership – Associate Members and Full Members – to help shape the RESAVER initiative.

  1. Organisations can become Full Members once they have joined the RESAVER Pension Fund and/or RESAVER Insurance.
  2. If you are applying for membership for the first time you need to apply to become an Associate Member.

Associate membership

To do this, you need to complete an application form.

Your application will then be reviewed and officially approved by the General Assembly of the RESAVER Consortium.

Associate membership can be granted to:

  1. Any association or group or organisations that consist primarily of academic institutions or research organisations, with their registered address in the EEA, and which subscribe to and act in accordance with the bylaws and internal regulations of the RESAVER Consortium.
  2. Organisations employing Professionals, or organisations which are delegated to legally represent them, with their registered address in the EEA, and which subscribe to and act in accordance with the bylaws and internal regulations of the RESAVER Consortium, and which have not joined RESAVER.

    This may include Founding Members which do not contribute to RESAVER and which choose to be Associate Members instead of Full Members.
  3. The European Commission or an agency of the European Commission.

Important:

  • As an Associate Member, once your organisation is signed up to RESAVER Pension Fund and/or RESAVER Insurance, your organisation becomes a Full Member of the RESAVER Consortium.
  • Your organisation can only join as a Full Member with the approval of the General Assembly of the RESAVER Consortium.

Full membership

Full membership can only be granted to:

  1. The Founding Members of the RESAVER Consortium;
  2. Organisations employing Professionals, with their registered address in the EEA that subscribe to and act in accordance with the bylaws and internal regulations of the RESAVER Consortium who have joined RESAVER.
  3. Organisations delegated to legally represent organisations employing Professionals.

Where next?

Find out how to join the RESAVER Consortium.