The Certified Public Finance Administrator (CPFA) designation means that an individual is committed to education and experience. To be eligible for this prestigious designation, an individual must be the elected or appointed treasurer, deputy or assistant treasurer, employee in/or dealing with the office of treasurer or principal officer in the governmental entity who is charged with the performance or supervision of investments, debt, and/or treasury activities. CPFA applicants must be an active member of the APT US&C for at least twenty-four months before applying for the designation. The applicant must also accumulate at least 100 points from a combination of education and experience. The Advanced CPFA rewards CPFA holders for a commitment to advanced educational topics offered by the APT US&C and its state and province associations.

CPFA applications are due no later than June 1 each year; application is available herecontact us with questions.