The Chartered Institute of Management
Accountants has racked up 3,000 members in Scotland.
Stuart Stevenson, a 30 year old finance manager at
Morgan Stanley in Glasgow was named
the 3,000th CIMA member in Scotland.
Gordon Grant, deputy president of CIMA, who is based in Edinburgh, said:
‘Reaching the 3,000th mark in Scotland is a great achievement for CIMA and
demonstrates the continuing high demand for qualified CIMA management
accountants in business.
The institute had a combined tally of 5,566 members and students in Scotland,
with 567 working as CEOs, FDs or in financial management.
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