RegulationAccounting StandardsCIMA racks up 3,000 members in Scotland

CIMA racks up 3,000 members in Scotland

Finance manager from Morgan Stanley helps institute reach milestone

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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