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    QuickBooks

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. QuickBooks is a line of financial software produced by the Intuit company designed to make small business bookkeeping easy. Students must complete the ABT class Basic Bookkeeping or have a good understanding of bookkeeping principles prior to taking this Class. Two day class. Cost is $1399.00.
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    Accounts Payable

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. Accounts payable professionals are responsible for collecting, filing and processing invoices and making payments to vendors, customers, and other third-party companies. Two day class. Cost is $1399.00.
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    Cost Accounting Training Course

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This five day class packs the essentials you need to know for your future in a unique ten module format that is well organized, practical, and concise. You gain a thorough understanding of cost concepts, cost behavior, and cost accounting techniques as they apply to manufacturing and service businesses. Cost $2,999.00.
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    TREASURY MANAGEMENT TRAINING

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This two day class provides an in-depth look at the principals and practices used by corporate finance and treasury professionals to optimize cash resources, maintain liquidity, ensure access to short-term and long-term financing, judge capital investment decisions and control exposure to financial risk.takes. Three day class. Cost is $1999.00.
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    BOOKKEEPER: CERTIFIED SMALL BUSINESS

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. To receive certification in Small Business Bookkeeping students must complete the following ABT courses: CSBB 101 Bookkeeping CSBB 201 QuickBooks CSBB 301 Accounts Payable CSBB 302 Accounts Receivable CSBB 401 Payroll Management
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    TREASURY MANAGEMENT: CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This program presents and discusses all of the various aspects of treasury management. It covers the generally accepted principles and practices used to manage a firm's liquidity, capital, and risk management functions. As such, it also represents the body of knowledge that needs to be mastered to earn the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) credential. Students must complete the following courses: CTP 101 Introduction to Treasury Management CTP 201 Working Capital Management CTP 301 Risk Management CTP 401 Financial Management
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    WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This class is for anyone serious about improving their working capital management skills. Learn industry recommended working capital management procedures and best practices in a small class setting taught by an experienced business professional. Three day class. Cost is $1,999.00.
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    ADVANCED STRATEGIES FOR CONTROLLERS

    Particularly useful in today’s economic uncertainty, this course will help you manage information for increased profits!
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    The Strategic Controller: Adding Value to Your Organization

    Your immediate takeaway

    • Identify the four quadrants of the controller’s role and their scope
    • Protect your company’s finances in changing financial climates
    • Be a more valued business partner in your company’s future

    Not only has the scope of the controller’s role evolved significantly in companies of all sizes—but the demands of the job are constantly changing. To stay effective as a controller and add greater value to the organization, you must be acutely aware of how your job functions are impacted by today’s increasing expectations. That means taking a closer look at the four hats every controller must wear: number cruncher; custodian; analyst; business partner.

    This course will help both new and experienced controllers in small, medium, and large organizations recognize these changes in scope. You’ll discover how to improve your effectiveness in the four key areas, or quadrants. As you go through the course, you will also experience a detailed case study in which you’ll work through real-life scenarios that explore the responsibilities of each quadrant. In addition, get the specific tools, knowledge, and hands-on experience you need in order to confidently perform your job in increasingly challenging circumstances.

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    AMA's Finance Workshop for Nonfinancial Executives Seminar

    Get a complete financial education in just four days— and prepare yourself to make more powerful, informed business decisions. This course covers from finance basics to understanding the essence of cash flow to learning how to create value on a corporate level.
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    AMA`s CFO Workshop

    Discover how to align finance operations with the company`s strategic vision, partner with line managers for better business results, & enhance your relationship with the CEO, Board of Directors, line executives & financial community.
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    Internal Controls: Guidelines for Financial Professionals

    You`ll learn how to identify and assess operational controls, compliance responsibilities and processes, financial reporting directives and, when necessary, what actions to take to fortify possible vulnerabilities in your existing controls
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    Get Global/UCA Cash Flow Analysis A two part series Part Two

    This two part webinar series is designed to assist bankers in calculating cash flow utilizing the Uniform Cash Flow Analysis (UCA) method and to provide guidance in calculating Global Cash Flow Analysis for those entities that must rely on excess cash generated by their owners to service the business entity’s commercial debt.
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    Identity Theft: How Criminals Steal Your Information.

    OVERVIEW Both individuals and businesses need to be aware of the risks of identity theft. One major question is “How do criminals steal personal information from individuals and businesses?” The financial costs to individuals can be in the tens of thousands of dollars and to businesses in the millions of dollars. It is important to recognize these risks and take steps to mitigate the risks. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND The first step in protecting yourself or your business is to understand the risks that you face. Compromised personal information can lead to identity theft. This course is designed to teach you the methods used by criminals to acquire personal information from individuals and businesses. For more detail please click on this below link: http://bit.ly/2gWvZD3 Email: referrals@complianceglobal.us Toll Free: +1-844-746-4244 Tel: +1-516-900-5515 Fax: +1-516-900-5510
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    Tax Evasion and Tax Fraud - What it means to you when monitoring BSA and filing SARs

    OVERVIEW Bank Secrecy Act requires financial institutions to assist government agencies to detect and prevent money laundering. In May 2013 FinCEN published issue #23 of The SAR Activity Review Trends Tips & Issues. Table 2 documents the most frequent activities defined in Category S – Other. Tax Fraud or Evasion makes up 22% of those cases. FinCEN goes on to discuss an Overview of Correspondent Banks, Tax Havens, Shell, Shelf and Offshore Companies and Trusts. They also discuss Tax Fraud or Evasion in their section on Significant Money Laundering Trends and Patterns by Accountants or CPAs. If FinCEN is giving this much time and attention to this topic, so should you. Look at some of the headlines just from this year alone: For more detail please click on this below link: http://bit.ly/2tFBEPC Email: referrals@complianceglobal.us Toll Free: +1-844-746-4244 Tel: +1-516-900-5515 Fax: +1-516-900-5510
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    Conference about Faster Payments: Evolution or Revolution?

    Overview: Faster Payments in the UK was heavily bundled with other services, while other countries, Australia, for example, are pulling apart their offering and creating a core piece for clearing. This may or may offer competitive advantages. That leaves every application outside the core system, offered by banks or nonfinancial companies, the ability to provide ancillary services. The existing systems and networks are vying for position to lead, follow, or get out of the way of what may come. Technologists are looking for standards on which to build such a system where none exist in the U. S. The UK system was built on one standard technology allowing it to be completed in record time.
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    Conference about Operational Risk - Beyond Regulatory Constraints

    Overview: In financial institution, operational risk has been considered as minor compared to credit risk and market risk. Moreover, Operational Risk is too difficult to grasp for bankers. Therefore operational risk management is often considered as a regulatory constraint or as an imprecise practice rather than a science, and it is often hijacked by political necessities, or can turn into insignificant exercises aimed at predicting small losses or improving efficiency without consideration for high-impact risks. We present in this webinar an overview of the practical techniques coming from best practice that apply and reinforce bank operations whatever their size and complexity.
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    Webinar on Stress-Testing for Financial Institutions, Beyond Regulatory Constraints

    Overview: In financial institution, operational risk has been considered as minor compared to credit risk and market risk. Moreover, Operational Risk is too difficult to grasp for bankers. Therefore operational risk management is often considered as a regulatory constraint or as an imprecise practice rather than a science, and it is often hijacked by political necessities, or can turn into insignificant exercises aimed at predicting small losses or improving efficiency without consideration for high-impact risks. We present in this webinar an overview of the practical techniques coming from best practice that apply and reinforce bank operations whatever their size and complexity. Contact Detail: NetZealous - Compliance4All, 161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216, Fremont, CA 94539, USA. Phone: +1-800-447-9407 Email: support@compliance4All.com http://www.compliance4all.com/ Event Link : http://bit.ly/Stress-Testing-for-Financial-Institutions
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    Webinar on The Impact of Basel III on Export Finance

    New regulations are going to dramatically increase banking charges and exporters are going to be impacted more than most. Coming on the heels of the banking crisis of 2008, Basel III is the latest attempt at creating a global set of regulations that assure the ability of banks to sustain credit losses in a financial downturn. At a fundamental level, the regulations increase the amount of capital banks are required to maintain while also requiring banks to properly evaluate customer risk and allocate capital accordingly. As a consequence, banks are pushed to charge more in general and to charge even more for high-risk transactions.
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    Webinar on IT Auditing - Principles and Practices (2nd Edition)

    There exists apparent financial auditor (FA) and IT auditor responsibility overlaps. One reason this interrelationship exists is because, when planning audits, the FA and IT auditor evaluate manual as well as automated processing. However, there is a distinguishing feature that is obvious. As most of the professional audit community is aware, an FA fundamentally focuses on financial transactions, whereas, the IT auditor places emphasis on system processing. In addition, the FA’s assessment is mandated by assertions presented in financial statements.