News | Wednesday, 01 July 2009

FIMBank employees qualify as Certified Documentary Credit Specialists

Five FIMBank plc employees recently obtained their qualification as Certified Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS). CDCS is an international standard qualification for documentary credit specialists and a professional certification that enables documentary credit practitioners to demonstrate specialist knowledge and the application of the skills required for competent practice in this sphere.
The employees who completed the course are Chris Agius, Roderick Azzopardi, Mag. Nassif Chehab, Letizia Mercieca and David Vella. Whilst congratulating them on their achievement, FIMBank’s Head of Human Resources, Bruno Cassar, emphasized FIMBank’s recognition of the importance of continuous professional development: “Indeed, the Bank extends its support to employees to further their education through various incentives, including paid study leave as well as the reimbursement of a substantial part of the respective fees,” he added.
“The acquisition of the CDCS qualification, which enjoys worldwide recognition, reflects the increasing level of expertise being achieved by our employees. We are certain that the knowledge acquired throughout this course will enable them to further enhance their understanding of the complex issues associated with documentary credit practice,” concluded Mr Cassar.


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01 July 2009

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