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Bangladeshi breakthrough.

CIMA has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB) to allow mutual advanced entry for members into both bodies' professional exams.

Md Abdul Aziz FCMA, the president of the ICMAB, announced the signing of the memorandum at the ICMAB Ruhul Quddus Auditorium in Nilkhet, Dhaka.

A new CIMA professional gateway exam for ICMAB members will open a fast-track route into CIMA's strategic level exams, final tests of professional competence and, ultimately, membership. In return, CIMA members now have a fast-track route to ICMAB membership.

"Management accountancy is a truly global profession and the signing of this latest MOU reflects this," said George Glass, CIMA's president. "This important collaboration builds on our project in Bangladesh with the World Bank. It will enable both institutes to highlight the benefits of a professional management accountancy qualification internationally, share best practice and develop the global business leaders of the future."

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Publication:Financial Management (UK)
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Date:Sep 1, 2010
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