What’s New at iIET
Welcome Nik Poghosyan to iIET
The iIET would like to officially welcome Nik Poghosyan to our team. Nik joins us a senior presenter and consultant with the iIET specializing in Risk Management, Financial Modeling, and Supply Chain Management . He has held senior positions such as Assistant Vice President and Economist at Bank of the West in San Francisco and worked closely with the Bank’s Chief Economist. Nik also developed and customized industry- and area-specific economic impact models using BEA’s RIMS II multipliers as well as IMPLAN. He actively participated in projects related to CCAR, DFAST, Basel III, and other internal audit, risk modeling, and enterprise risk management activities. We wish Nik the best of luck in all his future endeavors.
The iIET is Now An Officially Registered Provider of CPE Credits
The International Institute for Executive Training (iIET) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.
As such our courses have been independently assessed and endorsed by NASBA, the official board that regulates accounting and financial education in the United States of America.
Stay tuned for our new course offerings…
Welcome Mark Harradine to iIET
The iIET would like to officially welcome Mark Harradine to our team. Mark joins us a senior presenter and consultant with the iIET specializing in strategic business and finance. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience spanning over six continents in a variety of roles such as business and strategy consultant, business development in financial investments and executive support for a global education group. We wish Mark the best of luck in all his future endeavors.
iIET is Going Global
The iiET is proud to announce that we have recently expanded our reach to five continents. Not only have we expanded our reach but we have been developing a series of courses that we will be introducing over the next few weeks. These exiting new programs will include topic areas such as financial modeling, risk management, capital markets, and leadership.
Striving for Quality
The iiET is currently in the process of attaining higher levels of accreditation. International accreditation is recognized as a mark of quality and assures that employers can have confidence that the certificate holder has completed the prescribed course of study.