Introduction to Factoring and Receivables Finance Course | FCI
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Introduction to Factoring and Receivables Finance Course


This entry-level course aims to enhance your skills and enrich your knowledge of this form of finance, which has shown significant growth during the last decades and supports the physical supply chain and economic development (FCI & WTO data). It is designed for anyone employed in the banking and finance industry, with limited or no experience in factoring and receivables finance, who wants to learn the basics


This short but comprehensive online course is ideal for professionals employed in banks and financial institutions and other market stakeholders, who wish to start their learning journey in this ever-growing area of financing.


This course is comprised of nine (9) mini-modules and includes videos, animations, case studies and an assessment section. Participants can pause and re-start their e-study anytime during the designated course period.

Course duration

Study time is on average 4-5 learning hours. Students can study the course at their own pace within a period of 60 days. Participants who successfully pass the on-line multiple-choice exam covering the study material shall receive a “Certificate of Completion of the Introduction to Factoring & Receivables Finance Course”.

You will get access to the course once we have received your payment. If you don't receive an email with the request of payment, please check your spams or contact us by email.


The course fee is Euro 100.- per student

After completing this course, take the next step by enrolling in the Fundamentals on Domestic and International Factoring Course.

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The course was very competitive, rewarding and detailed. Now, I have a very good understanding of factoring, how it works, the difference between factoring and debt collections, and lending. I am grateful and fortunate to be part of it.
Oghale ATUBI
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