Over 100,000 accountants and financial professionals look to IMA for programs and services to help expand their financial management skills, enhance their organization’s performance, and empower their career potential.
Our 300 worldwide chapters and councils connect members and offer services at the local level, including professional education programs and leadership, mentoring, community service, and authorship opportunities.
The student team from the American University of the Middle East (AUM) in Kuwait won first place at the IMA Middle East Student Case Competition 2019. The students are accompanied by their mentor, Prof. Ahmed Emad Eldin Yamen from the College of Business Administration. Meanwhile, the student team from the University of Jordan won the first runner-up.
Once you’ve earned the CMA certification, you can keep it in good standing by following these simple steps:
Pay the CMA Annual Fee, which covers active membership in IMA and the CMA Maintenance Fee. You’ll have access to IMA career resources, publications, researches, and more.
This year’s Global Salary Survey from IMA once again reveals accountants who earn the CMA? (Certified Management Accountant) certification make more in base salary and total compensation than their non-certified peers. The global and U.S. data is also available on IMA’s website – www.imanet.org/salary_survey – separate reports for the Middle East, UAE, and KSA are now available.