Approved Training Providers
We partner with prestigious Training Partners, who value best practices in the field of modeling as the FMI does.
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Why partner with the FMI?
  • Your students seek validation for the modeling training your firm offers. Achieving the AFM and/or CFM would give your students credibility for future endeavours.
  • You are interested in preparing the FMI’s candidates virtually or in a particular region, with the hope of meaningfully increasing the pipeline of students for your firm.
  • You would like to be a part of the FMI’s global community, rooted in financial modeling expertise.You want to gain deeper insight into emerging trends and training best practices.
Where do you start?
1. Apply to be an Approved Training Provider of the FMI by completing the form below.
2. If you have any questions or special requests please email info@fminstitute.com.
3. A member of our team will be in touch shortly.
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What are typical use cases?
  • Facilitated access to AFM & CFMAn Approved Training Provider in Africa offers its students a bundled package containing their financial modeling training and an exam ticket to the AFM.
  • Private ExamsAn Approved Training Provider in Europe hosts an AFM and CFM private exam at the end of their training course for a university cohort.
  • Cross-promotionAn Approved Training Provider partners with the FMI to put on an content-driven webinar for the FMI’s international audience and expand awareness.

    Do you have a request that you don’t see above? Please contact us.

Which ATPs work with the FMI today?
  • Currently, over 25 ATPs spanning North America, Asia Pacific, South America, Europe and Africa partner with the FMI.
  • Each of these ATPs has:
    • Demonstrated the ability to provide high quality financial modeling training.
    • A permanent member of staff who holds an FMI accreditation.
    • A training course to prepare candidates for FMI accreditations.
    • Agreed to provide training in accordance with the FMI’s Code of Conduct.

A word from our existing ATP’s