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FMS-AMIfs Institute - Comprehensive Performance Management


Discover a place where Performance and Profitability Management expertise exists to help you build confidence in your skills.


WHAT TO EXPECT

Hands-on training, case studies, group activities, and real-life scenarios.

 

WHAT YOU’LL ACQUIRE

Acquire the fundamental building blocks in the development of Product, Customer, and Organizational profitability.

 

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Learn about Funds Transfer Pricing, Capital and Asset Liability Management. Sessions covering best practices, recent research, and case studies provide a real hands-on and practical experience.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The course covers the technical, functional, and strategic areas of performance and profitability management. Individuals at all levels have learned from this course including management accountants, financial analysts, cost accountants, profitability consultants, strategic planners, and CFOs. This course is appropriate for any institution trying to navigate performance management.

 

OVERVIEW

The Institute provides management accounting, financial and economic education for performance information professionals in the financial services industry. The Institute’s curriculum on Performance Management is a basic, comprehensive training program. Students will participate in workgroups on complex, real-world problems. Individuals who successfully complete the one-week program will be awarded the FMS-AMIfs Institute’s Certificate of Performance Management. To ensure a maximum learning experience, class size will be limited to no more than 25 students. Speakers will include university professors and financial industry practitioners. The program level is Intermediate, limited prior banking experience is suggested.


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