About ICCIFP

For more than 17 years, the ICCIFP has committed to developing and maintaining the CCIFP certification as the recognized standard of excellence for competent and ethical construction financial management.

The CCIFP Certification is based on the current construction landscape, focusing on the competencies and knowledge construction financial professionals needed to lead in today's competitive construction industry.

The CCIFP designation is endorsed by industry-leading organizations like ASA, CFMA, CICPAC, IRMI, NASBP and others.

In today’s transparent climate, the ICCIFP is committed to fair and impartial management of all certification and re-certification activities, potential conflicts of interest and overall operations.

ICCIFP is proud to be ANSI Accredited. Being ANSI accredited means that the CCIFP certification meets the highest standards. This provides an added level of confidence in the certification and the people who hold the CCIFP designation.

ICCIFP is an independent, separately incorporated entity affiliated with the Construction Financial Management Association, the only organization dedicated to the needs of construction financial professionals.

For more about the CCIFP Examination, download the Candidate Information Bulletin here.

 

Effective April 2021: 

Next fiscal year, effective April 1, 2021, the Institute of Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (“ICCIFP”) is expected to combine with the Construction Financial Management Association (“CFMA”) and dissolve. We anticipate that this combination will result in joint achievements and greater advancement of each organization’s mission than would be possible separately.  Rest assured, your CCIFP certification will be unimpacted by this combination regardless of your membership status with CFMA. 

The CFMA will establish an unincorporated certification division within its corporate structure to house ICCIFP’s current functions, with delegated autonomy regarding essential certification-related decisions. This new division will remain committed to developing and maintaining the CCIFP certification as the recognized standard of excellence for competent and ethical construction financial management. 

The ICCIFP Board of Trustees will convene a meeting no less than thirty days from this date to vote on the combination of the ICCIFP and the CFMA. Notice is now given pursuant to Article XI Section C of ICCIFPs Bylaws which state that we must provide all CCIFP’s in good standing at least thirty days notice of a proposed dissolution. 

If you have any questions we encourage you to view the materials and “ICCIFP/CFMA Merger Exploration Committee: Town Hall" Webinar on July 17, 2020.

Thank you for your support of the ICCIFP.