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CPIM To Begin Offering Monthly Webinars - April Webinars Available

Following end-of-year survey results, we’re excited to announce that CPIM will be offering monthly webinars for 2022. Monthly webinars will begin in April and run through November. 
MyCPIM users will receive emails providing registration information for future sessions. The webinars held throughout 2022 may be used to fulfill some or all of your credit hours requirements.
Please follow the guidance below to ensure you receive credit for courses you attend:
  • Register using your MyCPIM login email address and phone number on record. 
  • After registering, attend the webinar using your unique Zoom link. 
  • Do not attend webinars as a group. Credit can only be provided to registered individuals.
  • If you’re registering for a course, reserve enough time to attend the entire session. We will not provide a passcode until the session concludes. 
  • Following the session, we will confirm your attendance using reports from Zoom.
April’s CPIM-hosted webinar opportunities include:
Wednesday, April 20
Economic Update: Market Developments and Responding to Inflation – 10:00 am to 10:30 am
The presentation will provide attendees with a market update and explain how recent developments may impact the duties of fiscal officers. Content will provide information regarding interest rates, responding to inflation, world news and events, regulatory reform, and asset allocation. REGISTER HERE
Wednesday, April 27
Basics of Borrowing – 10:00 am to 11:00 am 
This session will introduce participants to public finance. Presenters will generally define debt and outline its purpose and limitations per state law. Attendees will learn about various types of debt and financing such as notes and bonds, lease obligations, and loans. The presentation will also include an overview of credit ratings and the roles involved in borrowing. REGISTER HERE
Thursday, April 28
Basics of Investing – 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm 
This course provides an overview of the investment options for Ohio public entities permitted under Ohio Revised Code Chapter 135, discussion of best practices, and an update on the current market. This course is suitable for those in the first few years of their career or anyone needing a refresher in public funds management. REGISTER HERE
If you have any questions or need assistance with CPIM-related issues, please contact us at 1(800) 228-1102 or

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