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ICMA Pakistan, CMA sign MOU to promote Management Accounting, grant membership


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The first anniversary of the Certificate in Accounting and Management (CAM) was the occasion for the signing of an MOU between the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMA Pakistan) and the Institute of Certified Management Accountants of Sri Lanka (CMA) on 27 July in Karachi.

The Memorandum of Understanding signed between CMA Sri Lanka and the ICMA Pakistan will provide for a mutual recognition of the qualifications of the two bodies leading to the grant of membership to each other. This will enable CMA members to get membership of ICMA Pakistan and vice versa

This MOU would enable mutual cooperation between the two institutes to develop the profession of accounting for the benefit of their members and students in the pursuit of excellence in education, training and continuing professional development in accountancy, exchange of resource persons, conduct of joint seminars and conferences, exchange of journals etc.  


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