REPs members

In this section we will give you all the information you need on moving across to CIMSPA and the benefits we offer. You don’t need to do anything until your normal renewal date and we will be in touch ahead of that to guide you through the process.
For any questions about transferring from REPs to CIMSPA membership, please contact our Client Engagement Team on 03438 360200, or email

Closing date for transfer to CIMSPA – July 2021

If you consented to having your data shared with us, joining is a simple online process using your magic link. You can still join after July but you’ll need to manually upload all of your qualifications, so we would encourage you to sign up now!

Transferring to CIMSPA

If you have given consent for REPs to transfer your membership data to us, this should be a smooth process and we will be in touch with you by email ahead of your usual REPs renewal date.

In most cases, the qualifications that allowed you to join REPs will also enable you to become a CIMSPA member. For any members who do not currently meet the eligibility criteria, we will support you to ensure that you do, prior to your transfer date.

If you have not yet consented to data transfer, please go to the members area of your REPs account and make sure to click the consent box.


For more information on the transition take a look below

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