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  • Credit Insurance 101
    Default, insolvent buyers and political uncertainty are just some of the risks associated with international trade. Unfamiliarity with new buyers also can deter sellers from extending credit. Trade credit insurance can help companies circumvent these types of risks and concerns. Learn how credit insurance can help credit professionals offer buyers attractive terms, while protecting receivables.
  • Funding of A/R portfolios – Securitization
    The primary objective of securitization is to obtain financing for a company's ongoing business needs. However, a properly structured financial asset securitization can also enable lower cost of financing compared to secured or even unsecured debt. Examine the advantages and disadvantages of using this method by joining our webinar delivered by Charles Nahum Head of Business Development, Finacity Corporation, London, U.K.
  • Funding of A/R Portfolios – Factoring

    Funding of A/R Portfolios – Factoring

    Funding of A/R Portfolios – Factoring
    This four-day webinar series examines a wide variety of issues surrounding the funding of a corporate’s principal current asset – its Accounts Receivables. The series will look at most effective receivables funding solutions for addressing the specific working capital needs of companies doing business in today’s global environment. Consideration is given to global credit market conditions and the dynamics of individual business sectors. The webinar series focuses on Securitization, Asset-Backed Lending, Factoring and Transactional Trade Finance as changes to global credit markets and legislation continue to impact on these services.
  • Funding of A/R portfolios – Asset Backed Lending

    Funding of A/R portfolios – Asset Backed Lending

    Funding of A/R portfolios – Asset Backed Lending
    The series will look at most effective receivables funding solutions for addressing the specific working capital needs of companies doing business in today’s global environment.
  • Funding of A/R portfolios – Securitization

    Funding of A/R portfolios – Securitization

    Funding of A/R portfolios – Securitization
    The primary objective of securitization is to obtain financing for a company's ongoing business needs. However, a properly structured financial asset securitization can also enable lower cost of financing compared to secured or even unsecured debt. Examine the advantages and disadvantages of using this method by joining our webinar delivered by Charles Nahum Head of Business Development, Finacity Corporation, London, U.K.
  • Credit Insurance 101

    Credit Insurance 101

    Credit Insurance 101
    Default, insolvent buyers and political uncertainty are just some of the risks associated with international trade. Unfamiliarity with new buyers also can deter sellers from extending credit. Trade credit insurance can help companies circumvent these types of risks and concerns. Learn how credit insurance can help credit professionals offer buyers attractive terms, while protecting receivables.
  • How to Read a Credit Insurance Policy

    How to Read a Credit Insurance Policy

    How to Read a Credit Insurance Policy
    Gain practical advice from a broker’s point of view, learn what underwriters are looking for to grant policy approval, in addition to hearing live case studies from both sides and claim experiences with real examples and success stories.

Registration Process and Tuition Investment

 

To register for the GSCFMI program, complete the registration form and submit it and payment to FCIB at the address below.

To encourage early enrollment, an early bird rate of $5,500 is reserved for registrations received by February 1. After this date, the tuition cost is $6,250. This fee covers the cost of books and materials, instructional fees and use of the school’s facilities, dorm rooms, linen service, athletic passes, three meals per day and beverage breaks.

Grad School Pricing

  Before February 1 After February 1
  $5,500 $6,250

 Mail completed application package to:

FCIB-GSCFMI
8840 Columbia 100 Parkway
Columbia, MD 21045-2158

Email completed application package to:
Mellisa Smith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Financial Scholarship Assistance

The NACM Scholarship Foundation, Inc. provides scholarships for financial assistance (partial funding) for GSCFM International students. The Professional Advancement Scholarship (PAS) is designed to support GSCFMI students who are committed to the rigorous educational studies expected of its participants. Scholarship amounts are determined based on need and availability of funds. Please visit the NACM Scholarship Foundation, Inc. web page to learn more.

Refund and Cancellation Policy

Due to the inherent costs associated with establishing and holding this program, no refunds are available after April 1. Prior to April 1, tuition fees, less a $500 processing fee, will be refunded for written cancellations. For questions, comments or to confirm administrative policies, please contact the NACM Meetings Department at 410-740-5560.

American University is not a sponsor or co-sponsor of the NACM Graduate School of Credit & Financial Management.

Continuing Education (CEU) Information

The Education Department of the National Association of Credit Management has reviewed the educational content of this advanced-level program. Participants attending this program will earn continuing education units (CEUs), all of which are valid for CCE recertification points.

These continuing education units have been awarded in accordance with the standards recommended by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. The CEU is a nationally recognized unit designed to provide a record of an individual’s continuing education accomplishments. One CEU is awarded for each 10 contact hours of instruction.