Certified Financial Manager
The Certified Financial Manager (CFM) program is designed to recognize the unique qualifications and expertise of those professionals engaged in management accounting. This certification provides distinction in today's economic climate and affords the opportunity to certify your expertise in the business areas that are critical to the decision-making process.
The certification program has four objectives:
||To establish management accountants as recognized professions by identifying the role of the professional, the underlying body of knowledge, and a course of study by which such knowledge is acquired;|
||To encourage higher educational standards in the management accounting field;|
||To establish an objective measure of an individual's knowledge and competence in the field of management accounting; and|
||To encourage continued professional development.|
Find out more about the CFM designation:
Requirements and Ethical Standards
About the CFM Exam
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out SmartPros' articles on how to successfully prepare for a career as a Financial Manager, as well as tips on how to pass the exam.
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Taking the CFM Exam by Computer
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Getting to Know the CFM Exam
Source: Institute of Management Accountants