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DFCC joins to support CIMA students and members


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Supporting essential professional development for students and members, The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in Sri Lanka has partnered with DFCC Bank PLC to offer an easy payment plan. This arrangement offers preferential financial packages which allow DFCC credit card holders to pay their CIMA fees in 12 equal monthly instalments. 

CIMA Country Manager in Sri Lanka Zahara Ansary, ACMA, CGMA, stated: “This arrangement will make the globally recognised CIMA qualification more accessible to students in Sri Lanka, and encourage members to maintain the continuing professional development that is so important to those seeking career progression in today’s marketplace. We are thankful to DFCC for joining us in our endeavour to make payments more convenient for our students and members.” 

By easing the financial burden on students and members, CIMA and DFCC are jointly empowering them to focus on what is important – gaining skills that will help them prosper and make valuable contributions to the professional community and the country. 

DFCC Bank Vice President/Head of Card Centre Denver Lewis, commenting on DFCC’s role enabling this, said: “We are delighted to partner with CIMA to offer credit card easy payment options to its membership. As we progress, the bank is committed to ensuring that value is added to this partnership which in turn will enable for CIMA to pass on the benefits to the members.”


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