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CGMA Competency Framework 

April 28 2014

The CGMA Competency Framework is designed to help management accountants and their employers understand the knowledge requirements and assess the skills needed for both current and desired roles. The framework is underpinned by the need for objectivity, integrity, and ethical behaviour, and includes a commitment to continuously acquire new skills and knowledge.

The CGMA Competency Framework is the foundation that will demonstrate the relevance and capabilities of a CGMA as a trusted finance and business strategist.

In this overview, learn how the CGMA Competency Framework was developed, and gain more insight about the role and structure of the finance function. And check these frequently asked questions for additional information.


CGMA COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK
TECHNICAL SKILLS BUSINESS SKILLS
LEADERSHIP SKILLS PEOPLE SKILLS
ETHICS, INTEGRITY AND PROFESSIONALISM

 

The CGMA Competency Framework is comprised of four knowledge areas.  View the knowledge area of your choice:

View the complete CGMA Competency Framework.



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