Japan Association for CFO (JACFO)
Controlling body - Board meeting of the association
Number of the board - 16
Board meetings - every 3 months
controlling body - Board meeting of the Association
chairman - Toyoo Gyohten
number of members - 16
meetings - every 3 months
The association offers three exam-based certifications for treasury and financial Professionals. 1,700 members have passed the examinations and have achieved the certifications.
(1) The General CFO certification is outstanding program ranging from MBA basic essentials to practical finance techniques, with ten binders.
(2) The Global CFO (CCM) certification is developed for educating
Japanese financial professionals by partnership with the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP). This program is designed to measure an individual's mastery of the fundamental knowledge required to perform the functions of the cash manager in the Japanese business environment.
(3) The Standard CFO certification is an elementary course for the
Global CFO certification.
The association offers CFO Seminar for members twice a month.
CFO FORUM/Association journal published quarterly
CFO FORUM JAPAN held once a year, several seminars held frequently for members
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