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Center for Public Investment Management (CPIM)


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Local government finance officers play an important role in investing, managing, and protecting Ohio’s public funds. We support them in doing it—every day.



What is the Center for Public Investment Management (CPIM)?


The Center for Public Investment Management (CPIM) provides continuing education to Ohio's public funds managers and their oversight authorities as required by Ohio Revised Code sections 135.22 and 321.46. In order to obtain required continuing education credits, public funds managers can attend CPIM conferences, CPIM accredited course(s) sponsored by a professional association, or CPIM online courses.

It is a priority of the State Treasurer’s office to leverage technology and expand online CPIM courses for public funds managers in Ohio.  Please click on the link below to register for a CPIM online course.

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CPIM offers the highest standard of comprehensive education and instruction in the areas of finance, investments, cash management (including debt issuance and debt management), and ethics.  

CPIM Academy offers fundamental and advanced courses on prudent investment strategies and risk management.  

CPIM continuing education enables new and experienced public funds managers to meet the diverse needs of the state’s local government finance officers so they can manage Ohio’s public funds wisely.

How it can help
The Ohio Treasury’s CPIM program provides government finance officers high-quality support and gives Ohioans confidence in their finance officers’ decisions and leadership.


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