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Shab
Shab Registered Posts: 54 Regular contributor ⭐
Hi guys

can anyone let me know if u finish ACCA then how many level will b exempt from the CIMA
i hope that u guys understand my point

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  • SandyHood
    SandyHood Registered, Moderator Posts: 2,034 mod
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    Just wait 2 years, and if you are treated in the way my students have been, then a letter offering you (for mine it was ACCA) but I'd think CIMA would do the same - for no further exams, just a joining fee + annual membership.

    Effectively, my students passed CIMA. After 2 years, they had ACCA offering them full membership (at a fee) without any more exams.
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  • PGM
    PGM Registered Posts: 1,954 Beyond epic contributor 🧙‍♂️
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    SandyHood wrote: »
    Just wait 2 years, and if you are treated in the way my students have been, then a letter offering you (for mine it was ACCA) but I'd think CIMA would do the same - for no further exams, just a joining fee + annual membership.

    Effectively, my students passed CIMA. After 2 years, they had ACCA offering them full membership (at a fee) without any more exams.

    That makes all the "which charted body" discussions a bit pointless.

    Wonder if ACCA will then let you audit, which I believe CIMA won't let you do?

    And I believe CIMA make it easier to set up in practice, so you can imagine people switching between the various bodies as it suites them better?
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