The Membership Committee focuses on finding and engaging members of the public to provide financial and committee support to the organisation.
The Membership Committee will focus on the following key areas:
- To identify and recruit potential members, and engage and retain current members
- To provide support and input on the organisation’s policies in respect of its members
- To promote membership benefits to potential and current members, and make relevant adjustments to the benefits granted for each tier of membership
- To work collectively with the other committees of the organisation to implement a viable membership programme.
The Membership Committee activities will be built around the following objectives:
- Managing relationships with existing members, and identifying and responding to the needs of each individual member
- Facilitating the onboarding of new members, and providing guidance on the membership onboarding process
- Engaging with individuals and companies regarding membership with the organisation
- Conducting regular assessments of membership benefits for each tier of membership based on market studies
- Promoting awareness of the resources, services and other benefits that come with joining the organisation as a member
- Welcoming new members and encouraging participation in the organisation as a member
- Identifying non-member needs and perceptions by reviewing relevant information.
Jacob Hyungchan Cho is an associate attorney at Dentons Lee, which is the Korean local arm of the global law firm Dentons. He is admitted to the Singapore Bar, and his practice involves advising clients on a broad range of regulatory, transactional, and dispute resolution matters, particularly in the insurance & reinsurance and financial services sectors.