The John Cummins Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement This is awarded to one student from each cohort. The winners, to date, have been: Liz Nguyen, Joanne Bollard, Paul Moreno Blossevill, Michael Kozlowski, Samuel Hammonds, Craig Abercrombie, Samantha Fiveash Click here to see more September 2020 Click here to see the list of CertBALM® Successful Students…
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John Cummins Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement 21st September 2020 Samantha Fiveash from Nationwide Building Society was the latest CertBALM® student to be presented with the John Cummins Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Charles Wood, HO Balance Sheet Risk at Nationwide and ALMA Board Member, presented a surprised and delighted Sam with her trophy last week. …
The next Liquidity and Funding course will take place on 25-26 September 2018. Please see our Educational Courses page for more details and booking details.
Many congratulations to our latest batch of CertBALM® Graduates who were presented with their certificates at last nights prize giving ceremony. A list of the 21 successful candidates can be viewed here. Special congratulations goes to Paul Moreno-Blosseville (pictured) who was awarded the trophy for Outstanding Academic Achievement. There are a limited number of places still available…
CertBALM® Course 4 (beginning September 3 2018) is now approaching capacity. If you have interest in joining this course please get your booking in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Bookings can be made via the ACT website, details on the Qualification page.
The workshop is now full. There is still space at the annual conference and at the dinner. Anyone wishing to stay at the hotel should advise firstname.lastname@example.org by cob 11 Jan
The Workshop on 25th January at 14:00 will be run by Enrique Benito of Deloittes Subject: Balance Sheet Management in the New Paradigm
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