Certified Credit Executive | CCE Designation
The Certified Credit Executive® (CCE®) is NACM’s executive level designation which endorses its achievers as capable of managing the credit function at an executive level. Candidates must pass a rigorous, four-hour exam which tests application skills in the areas of accounting, finance, domestic and international credit concepts, management and law.
Certified Credit & Risk Analyst | CCRA Designation
The Certified Credit and Risk AnalystSM (CCRASM) Designation is an academic-based designation which signals mastery in the analysis and interpretation of financial statements and the ability to make informed credit risk assessments. The NACM Career Roadmap is not required for this designation. The final exam for the Financial Statement Analysis 2: Credit and Risk Assessment course will serve as the designation exam.
The three courses needed to qualify for this designation are:
- Basic Financial Accounting
- Financial Statement Analysis I
- Financial Statement Analysis 2: Credit and Risk Assessment
Certified International Credit Professional (CICP)
FCIB’s Certified International Credit Professional (CICP) designation is an academic-based designation earned by successfully completing FCIB’s International Credit & Risk Management (ICRM) online course. The instructor-led, in-depth 13-week course is delivered in 12 modules and is designed to educate entry-level professionals as well as senior-level executives about the intricacies of global credit and risk management. This instructor-led international course has attracted participants from more than 25 different countries, with diverse backgrounds and professional experiences. Participants spend an average of 5-7 hours per week on the course. Participation in discussion board postings, “group share” assignments are a required aspect within each unique module.
International Certified Credit Executive (ICCE)
The International Certified Credit Executive (ICCE) designation has been created for international credit and risk analysis professionals who are ready to make an impact on the world stage by excelling beyond their CICP designation. The CICP designation is a prerequisite for those candidates who place a high value on continuing education as a means to securing the information and knowledge necessary to maintain their executive status. ICCEs not only continue to engage in ongoing education, but also participate in their associations by serving on committees, work groups or completing surveys, mentoring through engagement on the FCIB Discussion Board or LinkedIn page or taking a leadership role by serving as a panelist or speaker.