We are the Credit & Financial Development Division (CFDD) Kansas City Chapter of the National Association of Credit Management. We have been providing education and scholarships for commercial credit managers in the Kansas City area since 1929.
We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month except December. At each meeting we start with networking, followed by dinner, then education provided by speakers that address current topics of interest to practicing credit managers.
All educational events are eligible for continuing education units.
Should you have an interest in joining our chapter, please download and complete the application for membership by clicking on the HOW TO JOIN CFDD tab. Accounting professionals are also encouraged to join.
CANONS OF BUSINESS ETHICS
Justice, equity and confidence constitute foundation of credit administration.
Agreements and contracts reflect integrity and should never be breached by either party.
The interchange of credit information must be based upon confidence, cooperation, reciprocity and confidentiality.
It is deemed unethical to be a party to unwarranted assignments or transfers of an insolvent debtor’s assets nor should creditors participate in secret arrangements.
Creditors should cooperate for the benefit of all in adjustment or liquidation of insolvent estates or companies.
Creditors must render all possible assistance to honest debtors who become insolvent.
Dishonest debtors must be exposed and referred to the authorities.
Cooperation, fairness and honesty must dominate in all insolvent debtor proceedings.
Costly administrative procedures in the rehabilitation or liquidation of an insolvent debtor shall be avoided at all times.
CFDD Vision Statement
To be a leading provider of professional development opportunities through learning, coaching, networking and individual enrichment.
CFDD Mission Statement
The mission of the NACM Credit and Financial Development Division is to develop tomorrow’s business leaders through core offerings.