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  • Thursday, October 23, 2014 - GVSU Eberhard Conference Center - Grand Rapids, MI
  • One full day covering Treasury & Cash Management Education Opportunities
  • Approved for up to 7.2 CTP/CCM & 6.2 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals
  • Registration includes: Key Note Speaker, Luncheon Speaker, Networking Events & 15 Educational Sessions


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Our Purpose

The West Michigan Association of Financial Professionals (WMAFP) is a regional affiliate of the national Association for Financial Professionals (AFP).  WMAFP was formerly known as the Western Michigan Treasury Management Association (WMTMA) which was formed in 1980.  This non-profit organization provides a local forum for developing and improving the techniques of contemporary treasury and financial management, as well as the opportunity to network with other finance professionals.  Members of the WMAFP come from a broad range of businesses including, but not limited to: large multinational corporations, small and medium sized manufacturing and service companies, local colleges and universities, and a wide range of financial institutions and financial service providers. 

Our Programs

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month during the lunch period, in Grand Rapids.  Meetings are typically offered from September through May, excluding December.  Our meetings offer an opportunity to discuss financial management issues with other finance professionals and to hear formal presentations on topics such as domestic and international finance, cash management, investments, economics, forecasting, bank relationships, risk management, legislation, technology, and more.  Emphasis is placed in the planning of our programs to ensure that the topics are timely and rewarding to our membership.  All meetings qualify for CTP and CCM credits.  Most meetings will qualify for continuing education credits applicable to other financial certifications.