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Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
Certified Financial Manager (CFM)

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The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designation provides corporate management and individual members with an objective measure of knowledge and competence in the field of management accounting. The CMA is an invaluable credential for professional advancement and for broadening professional skills and perspective.

Only the CMA certification requires the broad range of topics that are key to management performance and contribution. Exam topics include economics, business finance, situational analysis, and decision making with a strong emphasis on ethics. Combined with relevant rule-based subject matter, the four-tiered CMA exam is designed to develop and measure critical thinking and decision-making skills.
 
While the CMA certification isn’t required for IMA Members, professional certification is the most effective way for our Members to concretely demonstrate and maintain the highest standard of relevant knowledge and skills.

The Certified in Financial Management (CFM) certification provides Members who are involved with corporate cash management, financing and investment decisions, and risk management with a means for further demonstrating an expanded skill set. This exam provides an in-depth measure of competence in areas such as financial statement analysis, working capital policy, capital structure, valuation issues, and risk management.

 
 
 
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