Princeton, N.J. — The Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) announced the formation of two new chapters, bringing its total number of chapters across North America to 97. CFMA, with a membership of more than 7,800, has flourished over the years and is recognized as the premier organization for financial professionals employed in all sectors of construction.
“Our two newest chapters, approved during our quarterly Executive Committee meeting today in Vancouver, British Columbia, boost CFMA’s presence in El Paso and New Hampshire. We welcome these newest members to the association and look forward to the results of the ambitious goals both of these chapters have already put in place,” notes CFMA President & CEO, Stuart Binstock.
CFMA chapters provide the best education and networking opportunities focused on local construction issues, with yearly Regional Conferences providing further access to pertinent content and peer interactions across specific geographic areas.
In cooperation with its affiliate organization, the Institute of Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (ICCIFP), CFMA promotes industry best practices and continuing education. Designed to enhance learning by delivering timely, relevant information, CFMA’s Webinars and Online, Chapter Classroom, and Self-Study Courses cover topics including accounting and finance, risk management, project management, business management, and technology, and provide the essential learning opportunities construction financial professionals need to achieve career success and business growth.
As CFMA Chairman Samantha Hutchison points out, “The thought leadership behind our member value strategy continues to be validated. Our success is entirely the result of member engagement, especially at the chapter level, along with the support of our sponsors and industry partners. We’ve grown the association by continuing to build relationships, education, and leadership.”