Application for Membership

We are delighted that you are considering membership of the Anglo-Omani Society. We have two classes of membership, Individual and Corporate. Please select the appropriate option to complete the online form. Once your application has been reviewed and approved, you will receive a confirmation email and you will then be able to use the online members' portal.

For individuals who do not mee the criteria to be an Individual Member, there is an option for you to become an Associate of the Society.

Please note that all applications are subject to the approval of the Trustees of the Society. 

Individual

A) Individual Membership
The criteria for being a member of the Anglo-Omani Society is the following: 
EITHER tangible connection with the UK (a citizen of or permanent residence in the UK) OR tangible connection with Oman (a citizen of or permanent residence in Oman).

The annual subscription for Individual Membership is currently £10

B) Associates of the Society
Those applicants who do not meet the criteria of being an Individual Member may be accepted as an Associate of the Society. 

Associates can enjoy the same benefits as Individual Members; however, as they are not a member of the Society, they will not be entitled to vote at general meetings (AGMs and EGMs), but equally they are not required to provide the £1 guarantee to the Society.

The annual subscription for an Associate of the Society is currently £10 

Corporate

AOS Corporate Members can nominate up to four individuals with the equivalent access of our Individual Members. In addition, the Omani British Business Council, which is part of the Anglo-Omani Society, is comprised of all the Society’s corporate members. Benefits of corporate membership include invitations to all Oman British Business Council events. See here for further details of the OBBC. 

The annual subscriptions for Corporate Members are currently:

For companies of 1-19 employees, £150

For companies of 20+ employees, £250 

 

 

Please note that on becoming a member of the Society, the Individual/Corporate Member agrees to contribute as shown below, should the guarantee be called:
The liability of members is limited to a sum not exceeding £1, being the amount that each member undertakes to contribute to the assets of the Charity, in the event of its being wound up while they are a member or within one year after they cease to be a member for: 
1. Payment of the Charity's debts and liabilities incurred before they cease to be a member;
2. Payment of the costs, charges and expenses of winding up; and
3. Adjustment of the rights of the contributories among themselves.

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