As a participant in ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator, your company graduates the program to become an ICBA Fintech member for two years, complimentary.
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All PSP services are vetted by ICBA and selected by a group of community bankers, building unmatched trust in the value and reliability of these preferred programs. To position yourself as a future Preferred Service Provider, consider these recommendations from ICBA and community bankers.
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As a 2022 ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator participant, your company receives free access to ICBA Community Banker University’s Principles of Banking online certificate program.
This coursework is essential for every Accelerator participant to learn about the industry your solutions serve and can be used to train your entire team. To register for complimentary access to Principles of Banking, simply complete the form and Community Banker University’s Cathy Von Wahlde will be in touch with next steps.
Once you are officially enrolled your organization has access to the training for one year.
The Principles of Banking certificate program offers a comprehensive look at the banking industry.
The courses within the program will help your company’s employees understand how a bank makes money, how it is structured, the various products and services a community bank may offer, general federal compliance regulations, security requirements, and types of fraud that occurs in the banking system.
The certificate program is an online, self-paced program that takes approximately 7 hours to complete.
Banking Landscape: A brief history of banking, a review of how a bank works, and discussion of how banks are influenced by its employees, customers, competitors, and regulators.
Bank Structure: Learn about the unique structure of a bank due to its role as a financial intermediary, regulatory requirements, and its role in the community.
Banking Finance: Break down some of the basics of bank financial statements and how a bank balances its role of making money for shareholders, managing risk, and serving the community.
Banking Products & Services: Part 1: Review a variety of deposit and loan products that banks offer and the processes that go into opening these accounts.
Banking Products & Services: Part 2: Look beyond traditional products to learn about electronic and non-electronic banking products and services such as cash management, payment methods, and international banking services.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC): Understand the basic functions of the FDIC, the rules that apply to different types of deposits, and what it means for bank policies and procedures to be in compliance.