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    What is Cards and Payments III?

      Cards and Payments III teaches you how to manage a cards business from a leadership perspective. The course covers such areas as successful strategies for setting up a robust infrastructure, learning how to prime for growth while effectively managing risk, and delivering best-in-class customer experience.

      You gain insights from practitioners who have built and sustained profitable card businesses in challenging circumstances.

      Upon completion, you gain strategic leadership skills that build and sustain a profitable cards and payments business.

      Having successfully completed the CP III examination, you have earned the CCPP designation.

    What will you learn by taking this course?

    • Develop strategies for product development, features and benefits that differentiate their cards and payments business
    • Develop strategies for building successful partnerships and loyalty customer relationship management that can meet customer needs in a sustainable way
    • Understand how to develop a robust infrastructure and operating rhythm for a competitive and sustainable advantage
    • Understand how regulatory developments impact growth and expansion rates in the cards and payments industry
    • Develop the customer experience using a holistic approach and an organizational orientation
    • Analyze how product strategies and their related service strategies have a direct impact on financial outcomes over a time horizon (customer-product segmentation and the intended performance outcomes)

    With Moody’s Analytics eLearning:

    • You take a flexible, convenient and scalable learning solution and align it to meet your organization’s strategic business and learning objectives
    • You remain engaged in training, thanks to our interactive presentations and video content
    • You elevate your professional currency by completing a course from a globally recognized leader in the retail banking space
    • You develop skills you can immediately apply on the job, instantly enhancing your performance

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    What is the exam structure?

      • The Cards and Payments I examination has two parts, each lasting two hours. There is an eight-minute break between each part. Each part of the examination is conducted independently.
      • The first part (Part A) comprises 80 multiple-choice questions. Each question has only one correct answer. Each question is worth one mark for a total of 80 marks.
      • Questions in Part A examine for mastery of key principles and concepts from every Cards and Payments I module.
      • The second part (Part B) has six scenarios. Each of these six scenarios require answers to eight multiple-choice questions.
      • Each scenario is worth eight marks for a total of 48 marks.
      • Questions in Part B examine for mastery of key principles and concepts presented in Retail Banking I.
      • The use of calculators is permitted.
      • The passing score is 55%.
      • In calculating the final grade (Pass/Fail/Distinction) equal weighting is given to each part of the examination. A minimum score of 50% is required in each Part to pass the examination.

      • The Cards and Payments II examination has two parts, each lasting two hours. There is an eight-minute break between each part. Each part of the examination is conducted independently.
      • The first part (Part A) comprises 80 multiple-choice questions. Each question has only one correct answer. Each question is worth one mark for a total of 80 marks.
      • Questions in Part A examine for mastery of key principles and concepts from every Cards and Payments II module.
      • The second part (Part B) has six scenarios. Each of these six scenarios require answers to eight multiple-choice questions.
      • Each scenario is worth eight marks for a total of 48 marks.
      • The use of calculators is permitted.
      • The passing score is 55%.
      • In calculating the final grade (Pass/Fail/Distinction) equal weighting is given to each part of the examination. A minimum score of 50% is required in each Part to pass the examination.

      • The Cards and Payments III examination is a one-part exam lasting two hours. The examination is conducted independently
      • The exam comprises of 80 multiple-choice questions
      • You can choose to sit your exam in-center or remotely
      • The pass mark is 60%
      • Learners will be examined on their abilities to demonstrate how the subject matter areas covered in the Cards and Payments III curriculum are connected
      • The use of calculators is permitted

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