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Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding - AFSB

Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding
AFSB®
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With in-depth fidelity and surety bonding knowledge and a focus on business law, finance, and accounting, AFSB is the premier designation for all bond producers and underwriters.

This Program Is Recommended For

  • Bond Producers
  • Bond Underwriters
  • Claim Adjusters

Course Levels

  • Advanced
  • Intermediate

Completion Time Frame

Complete the program in as little as 15-21 months.

Should I get my AFSB designation? See the Benefits
What courses and topics are covered? Courses
What requirements should I be aware of? Program Requirements

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What courses and topics are covered? AFSB Courses
What requirements should I be aware of? Program Requirements
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“The AFSB designation serves as a concrete measure of my competency and knowledge of the surety industry. I am honored to have achieved this designation that was developed by our industry’s most experienced professionals, and I know that the knowledge I have obtained throughout the designation process will serve me well in the surety business.”

Caroline Murphree Roberson, CPA, AFSB
Underwriting Operation Analyst
Lexon Surety Group

Bottom-Line Benefits:

Trust the program your colleagues recommend.

93%

of Institutes designation completers recommend The Institutes' courses.

Be ready when that promotion opens up.

83%

of Institutes designees think earning a designation prepared them for their long-term career goals.

Gain the technical knowledge you need to succeed.

77%

of Institutes designees feel earning a designation prepared them for their current job responsibilities.

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Completing this program may earn you credit toward:

“The AFSB designation serves as a concrete measure of my competency and knowledge of the surety industry...”


 

Caroline Murphree Roberson, CPA, AFSB
Underwriting Operation Analyst
Lexon Surety Group

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Program Requirements

Education

To earn the Associate in Fidelity and Surety Bonding (AFSB) designation, you must complete the following courses:

Ethics

To satisfy the Ethics requirement, you must pass one of the following, 50-question online exams:
 
  • Ethics 311 Ethical Guidelines for Insurance Professionals
  • Ethics 312 Ethics and the CPCU Code of Professional Conduct
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