The Credit Business Associate (CBA) is an academic-based designation which signals mastery of three business-credit related disciplines: Basic Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis I and Business Credit Principles.
Credit Business Associate (CBA) is a designation issued by the National Association of Credit Management (NACM).
The CBA designation exam covers knowledge on: – Basic Financial Accounting – Financial Statement Analysis – Business Credit Principles The CBA designation exam has a lot of questions that ask for your “best decisions” (i.e. how you will tackle a situation in a live environment).
Institute of Credit of Credit offers the Credit Administrative Program (CAP), which is a series of courses designed to prepare candidates for the Credit Business Associate (CBA) exam. By successfully completing CAP with a “C” average or better for each course, you may apply to take the CBA exam.
He earned the Credit Business Associate (CBA) and the Credit Business Fellow (CBF) designations in 1994 and went on to earn NACM’s prestigious Certified Credit Executive (CCE) designation in 2006.
Credit Business Associate (CBA) The CBA is an academic-based designation which signals mastery of three business credit related disciplines: basic financial accounting, business credit principles and introductory financial statement analysis.