The FCI “Career Path” programme has been endorsed by the London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) for its quality and content.
Amsterdam, 4 June 2019,
The FCI “Career Path” programme is a cohesive, multi-level development process supporting our member’s staff to become highly qualified industry professionals. It includes three (3) online courses, namely the:
- Foundation Course on Factoring – Bronze Certificate
- Intermediate Course on Factoring – Silver Diploma
- Advanced Course on Factoring – Gold Diploma
LIBF’s endorsement constitutes a strong confirmation of the education quality that FCI offers to its members through online courses. Until now, thousands of students have completed the Career Path programme and have become experienced and competent factoring & receivables finance practitioners.
The program is exclusively for FCI members. The next term starts on 4 July 2019, registrations are possible until the 14 June.
More details on the programme is available on our website https://fci.nl/en/education/fci-career-path
Peter Mulroy, FCI Secretary General commented the endorsement “We are delighted that the London Institute of Banking & Finance endorsed our Career Path Programme. This is a next step to show that our 50 years of experience in the Receivables Finance makes FCI a recognised body for educating the industry with high standards”.
Aysen Cetintas, FCI Education Director added: «It’s a real accomplishment that one of our programmes is recognised by a University College. We hope to be able to have more programmes endorsed by LIBF in the future”.
About The London Institute of Banking & Finance:
Founded in 1879, LIBF is a registered charity incorporated by Royal Charter, a professional body and a University College.
LIBF exists for a simple reason – to advance banking and finance by providing outstanding education and thinking, tailored to the needs of business, individuals, and society. It thus offers a variety of educational provision, including degrees, professional qualifications, financial capability, executive education, and membership, alumni and business services to a variety of sectors within business and society both in the UK and internationally. It delivers its services in over 90 countries and have offices in London, Canterbury, Abu Dhabi and Singapore.
As a professional body, LIBF accredits other organisations following a rigorous scrutiny process to ensure they meet their high standards of quality.
FCI was set up in 1968 as a non-profit global association for factoring and receivables finance companies around the world. Today, FCI has grown into the world’s representative factoring network and association with close to 400 members in 90 countries and member transactions representing nearly 90% of the world’s international correspondent factoring volume. Today, FCI is the global representative body for the Factoring & Receivables Finance Industry.
FCI offers three major areas of activities:
CONNECT: The business network supports cross-border factoring activities through which its members cooperate as export and import factors
EDUCATE: FCI promotes and develops best practices in both domestic and international factoring and related Open Account Finance products
INFLUENCE: FCI promotes and defends the Industry with stakeholders and policy makers worldwide.
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