GSCFMI-logo webThe Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management International (GSCFMI)

Conducted on the Campus of Dartmouth College

Program Dates:  June 20- June 30, 2016

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"Global business has been around for hundreds of years and has always been daunting. Expertly dealing with multiple financial, legal and political systems presents constant challenges. Dealing cross border and cross culture can result in many pitfalls that, if not managed correctly, can negatively impact the value and collectability of receivables, and as a result, a company’s balance sheet. The speed of business today, facilitated by technology and a seemingly endless sea of information heightens the importance of getting “it” right every time. The added pressure of dealing with new, and ever expanding, regulatory environments makes the job of today’s international credit and finance professional even more challenging. It is more critical than ever that international business people have up-to-date information, tools and connections to facilitate flawless performance of their responsibilities. The international track of NACM’s Grad School is the perfect opportunity for credit and finance professionals to get the tools they need to succeed."
Craig Schurr, Senior Vice President and Manager FirstMerit Bank - International Banking Division
The National Association of Credit Management entered the arena of continuing, executive education almost 75 years ago. Today, NACM continues its dedication to the global promotion and enhancement of the business credit professional through its many educational programs, led by the GSCFM. NACM, in partnership with FCIB – internationally recognized as the premier association of executives in Finance, Credit and International Business – is pleased to uphold its position as leader in executive, continuing education with the new GSCFM International.

GSCFM International vigorously delves into complex global issues facing credit professionals across the world. In the evenings, participants have the unique privilege of networking with some of the brightest and most up-and-coming credit professionals, the students in the GSCFM program running concurrently with the GSCFM International.


Who should attend:

  • GSCFM alumni
  • CCE designation holders
  • CICP and ICCE designation holders
  • Executives who lead and conduct international credit operations
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The GSCFMI Experience



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Thoughts on the relationships formed at GSCFM:

"It had such a positive impact on me and the networking was outstanding. I'm still in touch with the people I went to school with..."
Susan Delloiacono, CCE,
Director of Credit Services
CertainTeed, a subsidiary of Saint-Gobain Corporation
"I'm still in touch with at least half of my class. We became such good friends over the years, and also collaborate on many levels professionally."
Abdellah Laaraj, CCE, CICP
Finance Program Manager
Medtronic USA


Find out how to apply.

The GSCFM International program, like GSCFM, is held on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Hanover is a picturesque community nestled in a valley on the banks of the Connecticut River. It is a little more than two hours by car from Boston, five from New York and three from Montreal.

Dartmouth College dormitories house participants, staff and instructors during the program. Meals are provided for participants, who are encouraged to attend every meal to facilitate professional networking and build fellowship among the faculty and other participants.

Participants may be required to complete advance-reading assignments so they are prepared to be actively involved in class discussions. Any assignments or reading lists will be shipped to participants in advance of the program. Attendance at all scheduled class sessions is mandatory. So each student maximizes on their attendance, participation in the discussion of assignments, class activities and projects is required.

On the final night of GSCFMI, participants receive a certificate of completion at a celebratory dinner. This final evening crowns four days of intense course work and solidifies newly cultivated relationships.


Preliminary Program Schedule

Monday, June 22
8:00am - 5:00pm Participant Arrivals
5:00pm Campus Tour and
Welcome Cookout
Tuesday, June 23- Thursday, June 25
8:00am - 12:30pm Class in Session
12:30 - 1:45pm Group Lunch
1:45- 3:45 Class in Session
5:00pm Networking Dinner
Friday, June 26  
8:00am - 12:30pm Class in Session
12:30 - 1:45pm Group Lunch
1:45- 3:45pm Class in Session
5:00pm Dinner
**Please note that all times are approximate
and are subject to change.