News and Updates
Today's News and Updates
- CPFIM and Advanced CPFIM Certification Programs
- GFOA Conference Scholarships
- Moody's Investors Service Article on Detroit Bankruptcy
- MGFOA Committee Membership
- MI Department of Treasury Deficit Elimination Plan Requirements
- Dashboard and Citizen Guide templates at Dept of Treasury
- Michigan Department of Treasury and EVIP Administration
- FREE: State of Michigan's Local Government Records Management training is now available online
CPFIM and Advanced CPFIM Certification Programs
April 14-15 CPFIM Program – Ypsilanti
April 15-16 ACPFIM Program – Ypsilanti
April 17-18 CPFIM Program – Mackinaw City
Register by April 1, 2014
The Michigan Municipal Treasurers Association is partnering with the Michigan Association of County Treasurers to bring the Certified Public Funds Investment Manager (CPFIM) certification program back to Michigan. This nationally-recognized certification program was developed by the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada (APT US&C) and is in strong demand by public funds investment personnel across the country. We’re also excited to announce that we will be offering the Advanced CPFIM program for the first time ever in Michigan!
The 8-hour CPFIM training will be offered in two locations: April 14th at the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest in Ypsilanti; and April 17th at the Mackinaw Beach and Bay Inn and Suites in Mackinaw City. The testing for each program will be the following mornings.
The 4-hour Advanced CPFIM training is available for individuals who have already received the CPFIM certification and will be offered on the afternoon of April 15th at the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest in Ypsilanti; the testing will be the following morning.
The registration fees for each program are $180 for members of the APT US&C and $270 for non-members which will include a one-year membership with APT US&C. (NOTE – If you are not currently a member of the APT US&C, DO NOT pay for membership prior to this event to get the lower registration rate. Their regular membership fees are more than $90 so you’ll be paying more if you apply for membership with them before this event.) The registration fees include the electronic study guide (you may preorder a hard copy for $11,) 8-hour or 4-hour training, testing, and a plaque if you successfully complete the program by passing the test.
Both of these programs qualify for CPE credits, CPFA credits and MiCPT credits.
Please see the brochure for additional information regarding the programs. The CPFIM and Advanced CPFIM programs are not just for treasurers or finance directors and this event is not limited to MMTA or MACT members. Please share the brochure with anyone in your organization or community who deals with investing public funds.
GFOA Conference Scholarships
Moody's Investors Service Article on Detroit Bankruptcy
Detroit Bankruptcy May Change How Other Distressed Cities Approach Their Pension and Debt Obligations
Full article here.
MGFOA Committee Membership
MI Department of Treasury Deficit Elimination Plan Requirements
Click here for the document.
Dashboard and Citizen Guide templates at Dept of Treasury
Follow this LINK.
Michigan Department of Treasury and EVIP Administration
Follow this LINK.
FREE: State of Michigan's Local Government Records Management training is now available online
Follow this link.