COFA – Investments Module and  Offshore Business Environment Module – Autumn 2012

Ultratech Associates Ltd are pleased to announce the delivery of the following modules of the ICSA Certificate in Offshore Finance and Administration (COFA) commencing late October 2012, with completion by the end of January 2013 in time for the February sittings of the ICSA exams.

(ICSA exam dates are set for between Tuesday the 5th February and Friday the 8th February 2013)

COFA – Investments Module

Commencement:           Mondays from the 29th October (17.30 pm to ~ 19.30 pm)

For obvious reasons there will be no class on Dec 24th or Dec 31st

COFA – Offshore Business Environment

Commencement:           Wednesdays from the 31st October (17.30pm to ~ 19.30pm)

For obvious reasons there will be no class on Dec 26th or Jan 2nd 

Cost per person per module:       £350 + Vat plus the cost of the manual (~£40 + p&p as appropriate).

Students will separately register for the ICSA exam themselves.

The classes will run with a minimum of 6 people, and early indications of interest are welcomed.

All classes will be held in central Douglas, and will be delivered personally by myself.

I would look forward to answering any queries and can be contacted by email or on the telephone numbers below.

Thank you in advance for your time.

Gerry Ganly (MIB, MSc Inv & Treas, AICP (IOM Compliance Association))
Ultratech Associates Limited

Treasury / Compliance & Corporate Governance / Staff Development in the Offshore Banking, Financial Services and Gaming Sectors

 Tel:   +44 (0)7624 490809 (M)     ;           +44 (0)1624 675212 (D)

Address: St Thomas House, 30 Victoria Street, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 2LB


Recent Exams

We have had a number of students who have contacted us in respect of the recent exam sittings. If you have any comments or issues in respect of recent exam sittings please contact Ben Bryan (

November 2011 Exams

For CSQS students (old professional level) we are looking to arrange revision workshops in the following subjects:

In addition to the above we are also arranging workshops for the Financial Reporting and Analysis paper. For this particular module it is proposed that weekly sessions to be held from October through to April/May (with some breaks for Christmas and consoildation time) for the June sitting.
It is also possible that we might be able to arrange similar sessions for the Financial Decision Making Paper.

If you are interested in any of the above then please respond to Ben Bryan ( by 3 October 2011.

Whether or not the workshops are able to go ahead depends on numbers. If we aren’t able to cover costs we will be unable to deliver the workshops.