The Financial Modeling Institute (FMI) gives the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants’ (ACCA) thriving global community of more than 241,000 members, based in 178 countries and regions, a competitive edge by providing them with the opportunity to further distinguish their skills and progress their careers by completing its world-class Advanced Financial Modeler accreditation.
The new 10-hour program is designed to make financial modeling knowledge more accessible for university students through to professinals. Financial modeling talent is in high demand and since FMI accreditations are recognized by employers worldwide, FMI Foundations will allow more people to jumpstart their journey in financial modeling.
Patrick Meneley joins the Financial Modeling Institute's Board of Directors. Meneley is a respected leader in the financial services community, he brings immense knowledge and expertise to the FMI.
Former CEO of Kaplan Professional and Workforce Skilling Expert Joins The Financial Modeling Institute
Dr. Andrew Temte, CFA joins the Financial Modeling Institute as a Board Member and Senior Advisor. Dr Temte is globally recognized on professional education and workforce skilling, he brings tremendous value with his experience.
Paul Smith, CFA joins the Financial Modeling Institute's Board of Directors as a Senior Advisor. Smith brings a dynamic perspective which will help drive growth and awareness of the FMI.
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