Certified Treasury Professional - Definition
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What is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP)?
The Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) is a professional title awarded by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) to individuals who exhibit competency and expertise in cash management, undergo training with the AFP, and pass an examination.
The program focuses on cash processing, treasury management, reconciliation, managing current accounts, revenue collection, monitoring cash flow, among others.
Candiates for the CTP must meet the following requirements:
- Have a full time employment in cash management or related roles for at least two years. Or
- A year experience in related fields and a bachelor of master's degree. Or
- A full time college-level teaching experience in finance and a year work experience.
CTPs must complete 36 hrs of annual training.
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