World Class Finance:
US Certified International Financial Manager (CIFM)
22-24 May 2017, Jakarta-Indonesia
American Certification Institute (ACI) is a premier professional certification institute well-known in the United States and the world. It was founded in the USA in 1999. Its Corporate Headquarters is in Lewes, Delaware, USA and it has numerous alliance partners in the US, China, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Egypt, Lebanon, Poland, Jordan, India and other countries. These alliance partners represent ACI in their respective countries and conduct ACI programs in collaboration with ACI. ACI is dedicated to helping train the leaders of tomorrow for personal professional certification. ACI provides training, testing, and certification issuance for a number of important business-related programs, and does training for certifications issued by the International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute and other professional institutes in the US. ACI is affiliated with IPSCMI, the International Purchasing and Supply Chain Management Institute.
This Certification Program is a core certification program of the American Certification Institute. This program offers the designation of CIFM (Certified International Financial Manager) to candidates who demonstrate their understanding of the fundamentals of the profession through the successful completion of rigorous professional certification examinations based upon the Financial Management Body of Knowledge (FMBOK).
A minimum of 5 years of professional-level experience in finance, accounting, treasury, risk management, or other finance related position, with a Bachelor degree or global equivalent.
3rd day of training, from 14.00-16.00
80 multiple-choice questions
2 hours length
The examinations are based upon the Financial Management Body of Knowledge. Estimate 3-4 weeks after the course we will deliver the certifications to the office of participants (for participants who passed the exam).
Successful candidates (passed the test with minimum score 60) are granted the designation of CIFM. The designation CIFM may be used just as similar recognitions are employed in finance, accounting, insurance, medicine, law, HR, marketing, and other professions. Either the full expression or the initials may be used after the individual’s name on business cards, stationery, etc.
Individuals who have earned a certification designation are required to be recertified every five years
Erich R. Heneke, MBA, CFE, CMA, CFM
Director of Business Integrity & Continuity at Mayo Clinic, US
Erich Heneke is currently Director of Business Integrity & Continuity in Mayo Clinic US. His financial emphasis is in Supplier Risk Management, Audit/Controls, and Financial Planning & Analysis. Erich is responsible for division financial reporting (budgeting, forecasting and reporting) for Mayo SCM in excess of $40M annually, including revenue producing activities (one additional finance analyst added as direct report), management of financial integration project with other Mayo Clinic Health System sites, development of audit/controls/operational efficiency tools for use in Mayo Supply Chain with end goal of producing revenue generating, commercialized products
Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research, providing expert, whole-person care to everyone who needs healing. In the U.S. News & World Report rankings of top hospitals, Mayo Clinic is the #1 hospital overall, as well as #1 in more specialties than any other hospital in the nation. Complex care often requires medical experts from more than one specialty.
During his time at Mayo Clinic, Erich and his team have completed several projects addressing proper controls with Supply Chain, including: development of an award-winning credit card risk scoring platform, completion of a segregation of duties project mapping employees’ accesses across multiple applications (also an award applicant), detection of several types of overpayments to vendors – including detection, collection and prevention of future leakage, automated management of pharmaceutical pricing and several other initiatives.
Prior to his employment at Mayo Clinic, Erich worked for Hormel Foods Corporation in a variety of positions, including stints in credit, international accounting, and market futures trading.
Erich graduated with honors from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa and earned his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Minnesota. He has his Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Certified Financial Manager (CFM), and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certifications. Erich is currently completing his Doctorate of Business Management & Accounting (PhD) at Capella University, US.
Erich is Adjunct Faculty Instructor Lecturer, has taught a variety of undergraduate/graduate business courses during the past 5+ years at St. Mary’s University (Twin Cities), Upper Iowa University (Fayette, Iowa), and Rochester Community and Technical College (Rochester, MN). Courses he taught:
-Forensic Accounting & Auditing / Auditing (2 separate courses)
-Instructor of Financial Management & Managerial Accounting (2 separate courses)
-Supervisory Budget & Cost Control
-Accounting Spreadsheet Applications
-Accounting Principles II
In his spare time, Erich enjoys watching Seinfeld re-runs, managing his side consulting business, participating in a variety of sports and is a competitive triathlete (swim/bike/run). Erich, his wife, Kate, 2 year old daughter, Ryan, and Golden Retriever, Riley, reside in southern Rochester, MN.