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A molding having a profile of double curvature; one having an ogee profile.
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A global association with over 218,000 members and students operating in 177 countries, CIMA has been working closely with employers, educational institutions and other stakeholders to identify ways to best equip the next generation of business professionals based on rigorous research.
On the basis of the Gen Y research, CIMA then compared the findings with the competencies that employers want from young finance professionals.
Drawing on these extensive global research findings, CIMA has fine-tuned its syllabus to ensure its members are best equipped to meet future business needs and to help employers recruit the best candidates who are capable of meeting the needs of the real world of business.
Andrew reports that there is great enthusiasm for our qualification there and a particular passion for promoting the qualification among members, some of whom studied for CIMA back in the 1960s.
A third strand of CIMA's growth strategy is developing relationships with first-class academic bodies.
Members are, after all, what CIMA is about, he explains.
"Every CIMA member is an ambassador for the institute.
CIMA Chief Executive Charles Tilley said: "Management accountants provide the expertise and information that enable organizations to make business-critical decisions.
The initiative is subject to approval by the governing bodies of both organizations and will be voted on separately by the CIMA and AICPA councils in May, according to the press release.
The input of CIMA members is absolutely vital in making the institute even better than it is already.
CIMA aims to provide as much support to its members and students as possible.