Continuing Education Quiz

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Continuing Education Quiz


The CE quiz in ABA Bank Marketing magazines provide up to 10 continuing education credits per year to Certified Financial Marketing Professional (CFMPs). Each quiz consists of 10 questions taken directly from the articles in each issue and have been pre-approved by the ICB for 1.0 credit per quiz. You must correctly answer seven out of the 10 questions to receive the credit.

To take the quiz, please go to www.icbmembers.org, login, and click on "Continuing Education Quizzes (ABA Magazine)" located on the left-hand side of the page. Once you have completed the quiz, you will receive immediate notification of the results, which can be printed and saved for your records. Quiz credits are automatically uploaded to your record and will show under "My Continuing Education Credits" within 48 hours. If you have any questions, contact ICB's Continuing Education Manager at icb@aba.com.

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