CIMA Malaysia woos MIA with ethics card. (Institute News).
Dato' Lee Ow Kim, president of CIMA Malaysia Division, said that members of MIA who had an honours degree from recognised local universities were eligible to receive an exemption of 13 papers from the CIMA exam. "CIMA is continuously reconfiguring itself so that it delivers a relevant and differentiated qualification, which is employer-focused. We aim to be the first choice of employers in the qualification and development of professional accountants in business," he said.
* Four public listed companies have received accreditation from CIMA Malaysia Division as training partners. Representatives from Renong Berhad, Time Engineering Berhad and Tenaga Nasional Berhad received their Training Through Partnership (TTP) certificates from Lee Yee Chong, first vice-president of CIMA Malaysia Division (pictured with representatives, above left), during an employers' luncheon talk in Kuala Lumpur. The fourth recipient was Intria Berhad.
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|Title Annotation:||Malaysian Institute of Accountants|
|Publication:||Financial Management (UK)|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2003|
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