COMMUNITY BRIEFS – March 1, 2022

Posted on Mar 01 2022


March Fiduciary Essentials training set
The Guam-based Asia Pacific Association for Fiduciary Studies announced yesterday that the March Fiduciary Essentials training will be offered in Guam and the CNMI:

• Guam- Hyatt Regency Guam

Tuesday, March 8, 7:30am-5pm: Hosted in partnership with University of Guam and Guam Community College.

• CNMI-Saipan

Thursday, March 10t, 7:30am-5pm: Hosted in Partnership with Northern Marianas College

To register, download registration form (and submit to Registration is on first come bases and late registration fee will be imposed after March 3.

The is a one-day classroom-based course, designed by fi360®, which covers all of the components of a comprehensive investment process and related standards of care to include the seven global fiduciary precepts. Successful completion of the program is recognized by the awarding of a certificate of completion and allows participants to apply for membership to the Fiduciary Academy. All course materials and lunch will be provided. (PR)

CHCC website moves to new address
The Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. updated its website address to

Patients are still able to pay their bills online (for services that occurred on Saipan), as well as view the latest CHCC-related information, such as forms, job opportunities, RFPs, and health services.

Residents who have saved the CHCC website as a bookmark should update their settings. All links pointing to will redirect to

The CHCC will continue to make its website more user friendly and accessible for the community. (PR)

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