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Banking Certifications And Designations

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Considering the pursuit of a financial planning designation, such as the CFP or CRVPM, to accelerate your career in the banking industry? Looked over one too many times for that promotion - maybe the FRM will solidify your chances the next time. Perhaps you'd like to distance yourself from others in the industry by earning the QFA or CFP certification. We can help!

Why Are Certifications Important?

When an individual takes the initiative to earn credentials and designations in the financial industry, companies immediately take notice. They'll see you as someone who's adept in a particular area, and they will likely consider you as a higher-priority candidate due that proficiency.

While each certification carries its respective benefits, some general advantages to a bank certification or a banking designation include:
  • It will improve your professional readiness and set you a quicker track for success
  • It improves your overall marketability, as recruiters will take notice of your expanded experience and industry knowledge
  • When you're better prepared to handle a job's responsibilities and execute on that potential, you're likely to have increased job security in an age where companies are not afraid to move on from people
  • Individuals who hold certifications can earn up to 15-percent higher remuneration than the market average

What Banking Certifications Do We Offer?

Bank Training Center offers a comprehensive list of banking certifications to get you fully qualified and prepared and help you earn a particular banking certification or designation. Following is a list of common banking-related designations that can help improve your performance and income!

To take that next step, simply click on one of these certifications, or select the designation and your state from the "Designations/Certifications" section of the search box below.
  • Certified Financial Planner
    The Certified Financial Planner (CFP) professional designation is the most highly-regarded financial planning designation in the industry. Recipients are required to meet stringent education and experience prerequisites, then complete six courses and successfully pass a rigorous comprehensive Board Examination. Gaining this distinction will demonstrate your knowledge in estate planning, retirement, insurance and employee benefits.

  • Certified Regulatory Vendor Program Manager
    The Certified Regulatory Vendor Program Manager program provides you with the regulatory knowledge, implementation methodology, and the best practices required to build and manage a compliant program and properly prepare for regulatory exams and audits.

  • Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst
    The CAIA designation is recognized globally as the benchmark for analysis, application, and standards of practice in the alternative investment arena. The Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst program's diverse curriculum appeals to investment advisors, consultants and analysts, fund managers and administrators, accountants, lawyers, academics, and compliance and back office personnel.

  • Chartered Financial Analyst
    The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation is the most highly-regarded designation for investment professionals in the industry. With nearly 50,000 candidates showing up for the CFA exam in the last year alone, demand for this position has risen exponentially in recent years, and its growth looks to remain steady in the future as you will learn expert knowledge in investment banking and analysis, as well as economics and portfolio management.

  • Financial Risk Manager
    Financial risk management uses financial instruments to manage exposure to risk, particularly credit risk and market risk. As a specialization of risk management, financial risk management focuses on when and how to hedge using financial instruments to manage costly exposures to risk. Once you have completed the FRM certification, which is internationally recognized, you'll be able to manage risks in credit, market, liquidity and non-market operational factors, among other areas.

  • Qualified Financial Advisor
    There are no pre-requisets to become a Qualified Financial Advisor. The QFA designation is ideal for those professionals who may wish to attain the coveted CFP designation, but may lack the bachelor's degree, experience requirements, or the time/money to devote to becoming a CFP.
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