Acceptance procedure for new IVA members

 

  • An Applicant sends a request to the Administrator of IVA
  • The Administrator collects general information from the Applicant like type of business of the company, location of the company, corporate website and alike
  • If not already provided with the application the Administrator will request from the Applicant:
    • for individuals – signed CV
    • for corporate bodies – signed Application form
  • The summarised general information is communicated by the Administrator to the IVA Board prior to the next scheduled Board meeting
  • The Board votes for accept /reject the Application. Voting is held according to the provisions of the IVA Articles of Association  
  • The Administrator advises the Applicant for the Board decision  
  • The Administrator issues and sends to the Applicant an invoice for the annual subscription fee
  • The Applicant is considered as an ordinary member after paying its annual subscription fee
  • The Administrator sends to the new IVA Member a User name and Password for full access to the IVA's official web site. The user name and password are valid for one year, and are renewed after the IVA Member pays their next annual subscription fee. 

 

Approved by the IVA Board on 15 July 2013 

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