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which is best for me ACCA,CIMA, ICMA
07-05-2011, 07:27 PM,
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which is best for me ACCA,CIMA, ICMA
Dear frnds,
Aslam o Alakum

I am working since 5 years at senior position in Finance department of a Pharma Co. I have done my MBA in year 2005. Now i feel need to enhance my qualification but i am confused. Any one please suggest what should i choose among ACCA,CIMA & ICMA. I am very good in practical subjects but facing difficulties in theoretical subjects. Please suggests.
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07-06-2011, 06:01 AM,
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you must go for ICMA
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07-06-2011, 09:34 PM,
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<br />Dear frnds,
Aslam o Alakum

I am working since 5 years at senior position in Finance department of a Pharma Co. I have done my MBA in year 2005. Now i feel need to enhance my qualification but i am confused. Any one please suggest what should i choose among ACCA,CIMA & ICMA. I am very good in practical subjects but facing difficulties in theoretical subjects. Please suggests.
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Hi,

I think you should go for ACCA.

Reason being, you are already working in a Finance Department.
CIMA and ICMA are both for Management Accounting. Even though CIMA is on the boom, it's not relevant to you.

I would say that you should do ACCA, you study the F9 Financial Management and go on ahead to choose the notorious optional P4 Advanced Financial Management like a sort of specialization.

As soon as you complete, you get immediate ACCA MEMBER status.

Hope it helped!
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07-06-2011, 09:41 PM,
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So as you said you wanted to " enhance your qualification "

After your ACCA is complete your profile would be presumably as one of a Senior Finance Position with a Post graduation and also " Professionally Qualified ".

Basically, ACCA is designed for individuals like you who ought to benefit from it the most during the fairly advanced stages of their career.
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