The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has announced a
global agreement with CMA Canada and CPA Australia.
The CPA Australia alliance is based on an initial four-year term, and the CMA
Canada agreement is a renewal for an additional five years of the original
The new agreements will be accessible to more than 190,000 finance
professionals and .
Glynn Lowth, president of CIMA, said the agreements will serve to bolster its
position through increased knowledge-sharing and collaboration.
‘The nature of the international economy dictates that management accountants
must be globally-minded, he said.
Alex Malley, president of CPA Australia, said the CIMA Professional
Qualification is recognised by the global business community and the agreement
will allow members access to international job markets.
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