The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees ("NABT") is the voice of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee community, serving its interests and needs through education, communication and promotion of the profession.
NABT is a nonprofit association formed in 1982 to address the needs of chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees and to promote the effectiveness of the bankruptcy system as a whole.
Membership in NABT is open to chapter 7 trustees and their staff, judges, employees of the Office of the U.S. Trustee, and associated professionals and businesses. Our associate members include attorneys, accountants, auctioneers, appraisers, insurance agents, software providers and bankers. Learn More >
LeadershipThe organization is governed by a Trustee member elected Board of Directors in accordance with its bylaws and the day-to-day administration is managed by NABT’s Executive Director, Jennifer Brinkley and the team at Inspire AMC. Learn More >
Getting InvolvedMembers of all types can take part in the advancement of NABT through participating in various committees, providing content in “The American Bankruptcy Trustee Journal,” attending the annual conference, engaging with fellow members through the listserv, posting assets via NABT’s Market Assets for Sale and supporting the President’s Circle.