PracticePeople In PracticeCIMA and IoD join forces

CIMA and IoD join forces

Corporate governance drives need for new qualification

CIMA has joined forces with the Institute of Directors to create a diploma in Company Direction aimed at preparing directors to cope with the demands of corporate governance.

As well as corporate governance, the new diploma covers aspects of directors’ responsibilities and strategy on how to improve business performance.

Roland Kaye, president of CIMA, said: ‘This is an excellent and unique partnership between CIMA and the IoD to deliver the highest quality of applied training for existing and aspiring directors.’

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