Home > Training & Events > ICB Certifications > Maintaining Your ICB Certification Print Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Email Add to Favorites Maintaining Your ICB Certification Page ContentThere are three requirements to maintain your certification: Continuing education — Each certification has a three year period in which to earn and report credits by January 31 Annual certification renewal fee — Notices are sent out in the fall and are due by January 31 Professional Code of Ethics Click below to view specific maintenance requirements unique to each certification: CAFP - Certified AML and Fraud Professional CCSR - Certified Customer Service Representative CCTS - Certified Corporate Trust Specialist CFMP - Certified Financial Marketing Professional CFSSP - Certified Financial Services Security Professional CISP - Certified IRA Services Professional CLBB - Certified Lender Business Banker CRCM - Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager CRSP - Certified Retirement Services Professional CSOP - Certified Securities Operations Professional CTFA - Certified Trust and Financial Advisor Reinstating an ICB Certification If you previously held an ICB certification, let it lapse, and wish to reinstate it, you must take and pass the examination. Complete the appropriate exam application via the ABA Learning Management System (LMS). You will find instructions on the "Application, Dates & Fees" web page for each certification. Pay the full exam fee. A letter of reference is NOT required. ContactQuestions? Please contact ICB for more information.