IFAC Announcement: CGMA Designation Awarded Imperial Sponsorship for World Congress of Accountants 2014
The International Federation of Accountants today announced that the Chartered Global Management Accountant designation—a joint venture of the American Institute of CPAs and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants—has been awarded the top sponsorship for the 2014 World Congress of Accountants.
New report from AICPA and CIMA reveals how finance professionals at Coca-Cola, Royal Dutch Shell and other global innovation leaders help to drive new advancements.
Finance chiefs say organisations must be more resilient and less susceptible to macro-economic volatility.
Over 40% of respondents believe this has contributed to stifling innovation and is having a serious impact on their bottom line.
As a shortage of suitable talent stifles global growth plans, a new report by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) highlights how finance professionals have never had a better opportunity to progress their careers.
Survey of 600 CEOs, CFOs and other management accountants reveals challenges for the global economy, but half of US companies are optimistic about their own prospects.
Survey of 600 CEOs, CFOs and other Management Accountants Reveals Key Insights About the Global Economy.
Despite more commitment to ethical performance, pressure to act unethically on rise, study by American Institute of CPAs and Chartered Institute of Management Accountants shows.
In the wake of the financial crisis, three-quarters of the world’s CEOs say more emphasis should be placed on measuring the value of non-financial assets such as intellectual capital and customer relationships to drive long-term performance.
AICPA Governing Council unanimously approves agreement with Chartered Institute of Management Accountants to offer new CGMA designation
AICPA Governing Council Unanimously Approves Agreement with Chartered Institute of Management Accountants to Offer New CGMA Designation.
The AICPA and CIMA, based in London, are proposing a joint venture that would give management accountancy a higher profile in the United States, promote the professional development of management accountants across the world and advance the U.S. Certified Public Accountant as a worldwide standard of professional excellence in accounting.