LOMA Adds Three Financial Services Courses

May 25, 2004 (PLANSPONSOR.com)—LOMA introduced three new self-study courses for its Financial Services Institute (FFSI) designation program that help employees better understand, develop and support products and services.

The three new courses, part of the seven core courses necessary to be recognized as an FFSI designee, are, according to an announcement:

  • LOMA 286: Principles of Financial Services and Products that discusses financial services, including cash management, credit, asset protection, asset accumulation and management, and asset distribution.
  • LOMA 311: Business Law for Financial Services Professionals is a two part program that teaches both general and specific issues and principles of business law that affects financial services companies.
  • LOMA 356: Investment Principles and Institutional Investing provides an understanding of the investment environment and the general principles of investing in both individual securities and portfolios of securities.

Those enrolled in the FFSI program are also able to select relevant professional education, Professional Achievement Credits (PACs), to round out the program, the release said.

More information is available at  www.loma.org/ffsi.asp