Two Options to Select From

Attendees can elect to either participate in the series of general and concurrent sessions (Current Events Track), which are geared to topics relating to treasury management, or they can participate in the special CTP Exam Prep Track, which is offered to individuals seeking the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) certification. The CTP Exam Track is also beneficial to those attendees new to the treasury field.

 

Current Events Track

 

All general and concurrent sessions (Current Events Track) are open to all attendees and sessions have no specific prerequisites to attend.  However, it is recommended that participants have a general knowledge of the subject matter being presented either through formal education and classes or work experience.  The session format is group sessions and no advanced preparation is necessary.  In keeping with the "green initiative," paper handouts for each session will not be distributed, but will be available for downloading from the website to your laptop or other mobil device.

 

CTP Exam Prep Track

 

The CTP Exam Prep Track will follow a formal review course structure.  The topics will be presented in a format that mirrors the 4th edition of “Essential of Treasury Management.”  Study outlines will be provided to facilitate note-taking and later review of the material. Practice questions also will be provided for post-conference review to measure comprehension.  Sample tests will be given to test your progress.

 

CCM/CTP Credits

 

The 2017 conference was approved for up to 15.2 CTP/CCM and 10.4 FP&A re-certification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals at the rate of one credit for each 50 minutes of attendance.  The conference credits must be re-certified every year.  The committee should have the 2018 credits by March or early April. 

 

CPE Credits

 

Attendance at the 2017 conference sessions sponsored by the NCTMA and SCAFP was eligible for up to 14 CPE credits. The NCTMA and SCAFP are registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to: NASBA,

150 Fourth Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37219-2417.  A special code will be provided at the end of each current events sessions to allow for proper documentation of attendance.


Re-certification will take place for the 2018 conference with credits being known by March or early April.



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