RegulationAccounting StandardsCIMA sets up office in China

CIMA sets up office in China

Institute sets up representative office in Shanghai

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants has opened its first
representative office in China, in the city of Shanghai.

CIMA has been operating in China for the last few years and has already
established exam centres in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.

Kathy Grimshaw, director of international development at CIMA, speaking at
the opening ceremony. Kathy said: ‘A rapidly growing pool of CIMA professionals
here will not only help support China’s decision to move towards the adoption of
International Accounting Standards and strengthen the corporate governance
framework, but will deliver Chartered Management Accountants to contribute to
China’s business performance and international competitiveness.’

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