CCIFP Emeritus Status
CCIFP Emeritus status allows currently certified CCIFP certificates whose status is in good standing to continue to use their designation after they retire from the Construction Finance profession without having to recertify.
Please consider the Emeritus Status carefully before you request. CCIFP certificates awarded the Emeritus Status who later decide to re-enter the Construction Finance profession will have the Emeritus status revoked and will no longer be considered in good standing and will have to retake the qualifying CCIFP exam.
Those who plan to continue doing part-time work in the Construction Finance Profession, perhaps as a consultant or as a lecturer, are not eligible for Emeritus status. They must complete a Retired Status Application.
To request and use the Emeritus status, please follow these steps:
Eligibility for the CCIFP Emeritus Status requires the following:
- Have been a CCIFP® professional for at least 10 years.
- Must be at least 60 years of age and retiring from the Construction Finance Industry
- Willingly relinquish CCIFP Certification in good standing.
- May not engage in teaching or consulting in the Construction Financial Management profession.
- No public discipline by CCIFP Certification Board or by a federal, state, local, or foreign government agency, self-regulatory organization, or other regulatory authority.
- Commitment to supporting, promoting, and advocating for CCIFP® certification and the CCIFP Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct.
- Complete the CCIFP Emeritus Ethics Declaration.
- Have not engaged in conduct that reflects adversely on his or her integrity or fitness as a CCIFP.
- Pay a one-time $100 application fee.
- Complete the Emeritus Status Application Form.
- Submit the application with the required one-time processing fee of $100 USD to firstname.lastname@example.org
All certificates with Emeritus status must use the Emeritus designation. For example, Sue Smith, CCIFP-Emeritus. CPE credits are not required for those with Emeritus status. You will be issued a new certificate that notes your Emeritus Status.