IGAF Worldwide & The Financial Consulting Group in Alliance Partnership
IGAF Worldwide, on Tuesday, announced a new alliance partnership with the Financial Consulting Group (FCG). As a result of the new partnership, the 150 member firms of IGAF Worldwide will enjoy educational partner access to the Financial consulting Group’s highly respected “FCG University” Education Program.
“Staying on top of key industry issues is of critical importance to all our member firms and their partners,” Kevin Mead, Executive director of IGAF Worldwide explained when announcing the alliance partnership. “This alliance partnership with the Financial Consulting Group is one of many ways that our association is taking an active role in helping member firms manage and grow within specific niches where deep technical knowledge and expertise is key. We look forward to introducing our member firms to this valuable new resource, and we are happy to provide yet another method of contributing to our members’ strength and growth.”
FCG University is an annual learning program covering a topic, critical to business valuation/litigation support professionals, in great detail, from basic concepts to advanced issues. The 2006 program will offer two days of detailed instruction on valuation and lost profits damage measurements, an important topic in the litigation services arena.
Detailed information about the alliance partnership, including FCG University 2006 details and registration information, is available to IGAF Worldwide member firms on the IGAF Worldwide Private Web site at http://www.igafworldwide.org/private/services/alliance_programs.asp.
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