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Topic: Management Accountant Degree Recognized.CMA/CPA/CA
Posted By: imran01
Subject: Management Accountant Degree Recognized.CMA/CPA/CA
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2010 at 12:45am
I OPEN THIS FORUM FOR ALL THE PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS LIKE
 
Management Accountants (CMA,ACMA,FCMA,CIMA)
Chartered Accountants (CA, CPA, ICWA, CGA)
Accountants (ACCA,CAT,APA)
 
to share their DEGREES RECOGNISION in canada or alternative ways to recognize themselves
their plan for settle in CANADA..
the Strategy for job hunt in their particular area...
 
who apply under NOC 0111, NOC 1111
 
ALL PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS ARE WELLCOME
 
 



Replies:
Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 15 Jan 2010 at 1:17am
we can make a good friend circle, which can be helpful for all of us to settle down in Canada............



Posted By: Sha
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 4:42am
hi did you apply for immig? Just wanted to know the scope for ICWAIs in Canada


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 6:01am
yes i already applied...
and for the answer ur second question..i am still in search of scope of CMA in Canada...
thats y i open this forum to discuss and solve...
if u have any info just share for others and comments..
regards
 
Originally posted by Sha Sha wrote:

hi did you apply for immig? Just wanted to know the scope for ICWAIs in Canada


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Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 9:50am

Unit Group

1111 Financial Auditors and Accountants

Financial auditors examine and analyze the accounting and financial records of individuals and establishments to ensure accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards and procedures. Accountants plan, organize and administer accounting systems for individuals and establishments. Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group. Financial auditors and accountants are employed by auditing and accounting firms throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.

Example Titles

accountant
certified general accountant (CGA)
certified management accountant (CMA)
chartered accountant (CA)
chief accountant
financial auditor
income tax expert
industrial accountant
internal auditor

http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/ViewAllTitles.aspx?val=1&val1=1111 - View all titles

Main duties

Financial auditors perform some or all of the following duties:
  • Examine and analyze journal and ledger entries, bank statements, inventories, expenditures, tax returns and other accounting and financial records, documents and systems of an individual, department, company or other establishment to ensure financial recording accuracy and compliance with established accounting standards, procedures and internal controls
  • Prepare detailed reports on audit findings and make recommendations to improve individual or establishment's accounting and management practices
  • Conduct field audits of businesses to ensure compliance with provisions of the Income Tax Act, Canadian Business Corporations Act or other statutory requirements
  • May supervise other auditors or professionals in charge of accounting within client's establishment.
Accountants perform some or all of the following duties:
  • Plan, set up and administer accounting systems and prepare financial information for an individual, department, company or other establishment
  • Examine accounting records and prepare financial statements and reports
  • Develop and maintain cost finding, reporting and internal control procedures
  • Examine financial accounts and records and prepare income tax returns from accounting records
  • Analyze financial statements and reports and provide financial, business and tax advice
  • May act as a trustee in bankruptcy proceedings
  • May supervise and train articling students, other accountants or administrative technicians.

Employment requirements

  • Chartered accountants require a university degree
    and
    Completion of a professional training program approved by a provincial institute of chartered accountants and, depending on the province, either two years or 30 months of on-the-job training
    and
    Membership in a provincial Institute of Chartered Accountants upon successful completion of the Uniform Evaluation (UFE).
  • Certified general accountants and certified management accountants require a university degree
    and
    Completion of a training program approved by the Society of Certified General Accountants or Society of Management Accountants and several years of on-the-job training
    and
    Certification by the Certified General Accountants Association or the Society of Management Accountants.
  • Auditors require education, training and recognition as indicated for chartered accountants, certified general accountants or certified management accountants
    and
    Some experience as an accountant.
  • Auditors may require recognition by the Institute of Internal Auditors.
  • To act as a trustee in bankruptcy proceedings, auditors and accountants must hold a licence as a trustee in bankruptcy.
  • Licensing by the provincial or territorial governing body is usually required for accountants and auditors practising public accounting.

Additional information

  • There is limited mobility among the three professional accounting designations (CA, CGA and CMA).
  • Progression to auditing or accounting management positions is possible with experience.

Classified elsewhere

  • Bookkeepers ( http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Profile.aspx?val=1&val1=1231 - 1231 )
  • Financial Managers ( http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Profile.aspx?val=0&val1=0111 - 0111 )
  • Program or other non-financial auditors (in http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Occupations.aspx?val=4 - 416 Policy and Program Officers, Researchers and Consultants )


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 9:56am

Unit Group

0111 Financial Managers

Financial managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operation of financial and accounting departments. They develop and implement the financial policies and systems of establishments. Financial managers establish performance standards and prepare various financial reports for senior management. They are employed in financial and accounting departments in companies throughout the private sector and in government.

Example Titles

controller
director – financial services
director of accounting
finance director
financial administrator
manager, financial control
manager, financial planning and analysis
manager, internal audit services
treasurer

http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/ViewAllTitles.aspx?val=0&val1=0111 - View all titles

Main duties

Financial managers perform some or all of the following duties:
  • Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operation of an accounting, audit or other financial department
  • Develop and implement the financial policies, systems and procedures of an establishment
  • Prepare or co-ordinate the preparation of financial statements, summaries, and other cost-benefit analyses and financial management reports
  • Co-ordinate the financial planning and budget process, and analyze and correct estimates
  • Supervise the development and implementation of financial simulation models
  • Evaluate financial reporting systems, accounting procedures and investment activities and make recommendations for changes to procedures, operating systems, budgets and other financial control functions to senior managers and other department or regional managers
  • Recruit, organize, train and manage staff
  • Act as liaison between the organization and its shareholders, the investing public and external financial analysts
  • Establish profitability standards for investment activities and handle mergers and/or acquisitions
  • Notify and report to senior management concerning any trends that are critical to the organization's financial performance.

Employment requirements

  • A bachelor's degree in business administration, economics, commerce or a related field is required.
  • Accounting and audit managers may require a recognized accounting designation (CA, CMA or CGA).
  • A master's degree in business administration (concentration in finance), or another master's level management program may be required.
  • Several years of experience in accounting, auditing, budgeting, financial planning and analysis or other financial activities are required.

Additional information

  • Progression to senior management positions, such as vice-president of finance, is possible with experience.

Classified elsewhere

  • Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers ( http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Profile.aspx?val=0&val1=0122 - 0122 )
  • Managers of accounting and auditing firms (in http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Profile.aspx?val=0&val1=0123 - 0123 Other Business Services Managers )
  • Senior Managers - Financial, Communications and Other Business Services ( http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Profile.aspx?val=0&val1=0013 - 0013 )


Posted By: faisal892
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 11:18am
Hi, HRSDc website for NOC 1111 says "Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group"

Does this mean that students in chartered accountancy firm are eligible to apply and their time spent in CA firm will be counted as experience?


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 11:33am
faisal,
while i have no experiance of articles...but while discussing with different forum members... most have the view that it is included in work experience...
some other plz also comments..
 
Originally posted by faisal892 faisal892 wrote:

Hi, HRSDc website for NOC 1111 says "Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group"

Does this mean that students in chartered accountancy firm are eligible to apply and their time spent in CA firm will be counted as experience?


Posted By: faisal892
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 1:36pm
Originally posted by imran01 imran01 wrote:

faisal,

while i have no experiance of articles...but while discussing with different forum members... most have the view that it is included in work experience...

some other plz also comments..

 

Originally posted by faisal892 faisal892 wrote:

Hi, HRSDc website for NOC 1111 says "Articling students in accounting firms are included in this unit group" Does this mean that students in chartered accountancy firm are eligible to apply and their time spent in CA firm will be counted as experience?


Kindly if other members who have any information about the given situation could comment. My decision to apply or not is dependent on this experience.

Regards

Faisal.


Posted By: kristina
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2010 at 10:41pm
Great. I am also a professional involved in financial sector since last 10 years. Lets make a circle and share all information related with finance. I have recently applied for PR. Waiting file number. 


Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 17 Jan 2010 at 3:36am
ICWAI's Institute of cost & works Accountants of India,  as you must understand that canadian itself has numbers of professional institutes and forums including chartered accountant , cost accountants etc etc .. and its very hard to enter into the system with foreign degree and certificates but of course not impossible..

Due to massive inflow of immigrants from all over the world Canadian job market now understand and recognize the foreign certificates and degrees.

Now it depends on each individual how he/she equipped him/herself :
1) The best is canadian local degree and certificate
2) than internationally recognized degree and certificates
3) third applicant home country degree and certificates

the more you towards the point 1 , more your chances of having professional job increases.

At this point of time the certificate from ICWAI falls under category 3 , but you can easily transform it in 2 by taking strategic examination of CIMA . check your local institute website or CIMA website for details.

Thanks & best of Luck!

P.S  IMA ( CMA) is also considered in category  3  so no need to take two certificates both are in category 3.




Originally posted by Sha Sha wrote:

hi did you apply for immig? Just wanted to know the scope for ICWAIs in Canada


Posted By: Sha
Date Posted: 17 Jan 2010 at 9:55am
Sayyed, thanks for nice inputs. Infact CIC has accepted my application and status 'in process'...but just wanted to explore job opportunities... have addition masters in law.


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 18 Jan 2010 at 8:22am
Lets all use our waiting time to sharpen our Skills before going to canada:--


Once upon a time a very strong woodcutter asked for a job with a timber merchant, and he got it. His salary was really good and so were the working conditions. For that reason, the woodcutter was determined to do his best.

His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he was supposed to fell the trees. The first day, the woodcutter brought down 15 trees.

" Congratulations," the boss said. " Carry on with your work!"

Highly motivated by the words of his boss, the woodcutter tried harder the next day, but he only could bring 10 trees down. The third day he tried even harder, but he was only able to bring down 7 trees.

Day after day he was bringing lesser number of trees down.

" I must be losing my strength", the woodcutter thought. He went to the boss and apologized, saying that he could not understand what was going on.

" When was the last time you sharpened your axe?" the boss asked.
" Sharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been very busy trying to cut trees..."

That's right. Mos t of us NEVER update our skills. We think that whatever we have learned is very much enough. But good is not good when better is expected. Sharpening our skills from time to time is the key to succes


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 18 Jan 2010 at 11:02pm
sayyed
to continue with the discussion...
can u elaborate that how we reach from 3 type of degrees to 1 type of degree...
what is the option available to each of us
and what is the time and resources required for each...
 
since i am
CMA... would u suggest any recognized digree to go for...and what is its cost...
 
every one is welcome in this discussion..
 
regardz
 


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 24 Jan 2010 at 12:59pm

any body NOC 0111 & NOC 1111.

PLZ ANSWER


Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 25 Jan 2010 at 10:15am
Dear Imran it depends on qualification someone has before applying but we will discuss about accountancy profession;

Usually the applicant from pakistan may have CA/ICMA/PIFPA/MBA

All these qualification are home country based qulaification and we can treat each of them in category 3.

category 1 qualification in Canada are , CA ( Canadian) , CGA , CMA and CPA canada.

All these qualification provides a good start up in Canada and help in getting good decent job.


Sadly there is no MRA or exemption policies between these two categories.

Pakistani CA or MBA must take full papers of Canadian CA or CGA or CPA in order to acquire such certificates means starts from scratch .

ICMAP from Pakistan may get Foundation-12 paper exemption (level 1-Level3) from CGA exams . But CGA entry requirements is university graduates means 4 years of bachelors program .

In order to reach the destination we need some bridging qualification (category 2)

The three bridging qualification that help the new immigrant to reach category 1 are
ACCA , ICAEW and CIMA

ICAP/ICMA may get upto 9 paper exemption in ACCA leaving 3 papers to qualify
ICAP needs 3 papers to write for ICAEW and in CIMA , ICMAP may get 7 paper exemption out of 11 papers.

CIMA(UK)has MRA with Candian CMA. ICAEW CA has MRA with Canadian CA. ACCA has MRA with CGA.


Thats it!

Best of Luck !

 





Originally posted by imran01 imran01 wrote:

sayyed
to continue with the discussion...
can u elaborate that how we reach from 3 type of degrees to 1 type of degree...
what is the option available to each of us
and what is the time and resources required for each...
 
since i am
CMA... would u suggest any recognized digree to go for...and what is its cost...
 
every one is welcome in this discussion..
 
regardz
 


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 30 Jan 2010 at 4:14pm
sayyed bhai,
thankz and well contribution...
any other senior in the profession.. through some more light...
 
regards
 


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Posted By: EnglishMuffin
Date Posted: 30 Jan 2010 at 11:04pm
There is a mutual recognition scheme between members of the global accounting body ACCA and CGA members:

http://www.cga-canada.org/en-ca/International/StrategicAlliances/MraAccaCga/Pages/ca_mra_acca_cga.aspx

I am an ACCA student in Canada, originally from the UK, in the final stages currently studying for ACCA membership, when I plan on becoming a CGA under the MRG. There are, I believe, similar recognition schemes in place for CAs and CMAs.


Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 31 Jan 2010 at 4:20am
Dear English Muffin ,

Could you please elaborate the detailed procedure for having CGA certificate through MRA ( with ACCA).

Best Regards





Posted By: EnglishMuffin
Date Posted: 31 Jan 2010 at 12:23pm
Hi Sayyed

You just need to be a qualified member of the ACCA, then take one exam for the CGA level 2 course on tax and law. As long as you maintain your designation with the ACCA (pay membership fees with them each year), you can practice as a CGA as well in Canada.

More details here: http://www.cga-canada.org/en-ca/International/StrategicAlliances/MraAccaCga/Pages/ca_mra_acca_initial_application_process.aspx


There are over a thousand ACCA students in Canada, so if anyone is moving here as an ACCA student, you won't be alone. ACCA is not well recognised, but as soon as you register with the CGA and they give you equivalency grade, you'll find yourself a job.

Hope that's okay.


Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 02 Feb 2010 at 4:56am
Thanks ,

One more question what about ACCA members who obtain the membership through exemptions fully or partial.


Originally posted by EnglishMuffin EnglishMuffin wrote:

Hi Sayyed

You just need to be a qualified member of the ACCA, then take one exam for the CGA level 2 course on tax and law. As long as you maintain your designation with the ACCA (pay membership fees with them each year), you can practice as a CGA as well in Canada.

More details here: http://www.cga-canada.org/en-ca/International/StrategicAlliances/MraAccaCga/Pages/ca_mra_acca_initial_application_process.aspx


There are over a thousand ACCA students in Canada, so if anyone is moving here as an ACCA student, you won't be alone. ACCA is not well recognised, but as soon as you register with the CGA and they give you equivalency grade, you'll find yourself a job.

Hope that's okay.


Posted By: amitsangal
Date Posted: 02 Feb 2010 at 6:20am
Hi I am ICWAI , ICSI and M.com from India. Please let me know for what qualification should I go for in Canada . Alternatively will it be better if I go for CIMA, UK .
thanks, Amit


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Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2010 at 6:56am
Yeh its good idea . on the basis of your ICAWI you only need to pass strategic course of CIMA .

CIMA(UK)has MRA with Candian CMA.

so at the end you will have one Canadian degree ( certificate).

But please check that whether Canadian CMA will award membership( certificate) on the basis of CIMA(UK) if CIMA (UK) is acquired through partial or full exemptions.

Yo can email CMA - Canada to check.

If MRA is not applicable in that case take  along route and write all papers.

Good Luck!

Please share the reply.

Originally posted by amitsangal amitsangal wrote:

Hi I am ICWAI , ICSI and M.com from India. Please let me know for what qualification should I go for in Canada . Alternatively will it be better if I go for CIMA, UK .
thanks, Amit


Posted By: amitsangal
Date Posted: 04 Feb 2010 at 7:35am
Thanks. let me write CMA , Canada  and will let you know feedback.

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Posted By: mangosalsa
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2010 at 12:28pm
I am a US citizen.  I have an undergraduate degree from an accredited school where I earned a Bachelor's in Finance.  I am working on a Master's in Business Administration and am considering a career in accounting.  I have met all the requirements and plan on taking the CPA-USA exam in Idaho, Oregon, or Washington.  At the age of 27 I am now considering moving to Canada with my wife (who also has a Master's degree).

If I choose to move to Canada, would the CPA be valuable to employers or should I plan on taking a Canadian accounting equivalent?  Is the CPA-USA transferable in anyway toward a Canadian license?


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Posted By: shivani
Date Posted: 26 Feb 2010 at 3:40am
Hi,
 
I am Bachelor in commerce,planning to do CIMA from India, will that be worthful in getting job in canada. or still i need to do some finance/accounts course there?


Posted By: amitsangal
Date Posted: 26 Feb 2010 at 5:35am
Please see the reply recived from CMS Ontario.org

On 2/4/10, Matthew Borins <[email protected]> wrote:

Hello Amit,

 

Thank you for your interest in the Mutual Recognition Agreement offered through the Society of Management Accountants of Canada (CMA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants of the United Kingdom (CIMA). This Mutual Recognition Agreement presents a unique opportunity for CIMA members to become Certified Management Accountants.

 

To be eligible for admission, applicants must:

 

·         Possess a university degree or the equivalent, recognized by CMA Ontario.  Applicants without a university degree will be accepted for membership if they possess a minimum of five years of practical experience at the “incontestable level” in a strategic leadership position or a blend of experience at the CS-3 and CS-4 levels of the CMA Competency Map (attached).

 

·         Be legally entitled to either work in Canada or be a citizen of Canada, and have a residential or business address in Ontario.

 

·         Possess a minimum of two years (24 months) of relevant practical experience at the managerial level (CMA Competency Map CS-2), of which one year must be gained while employed in Canada.

 

·         Be a member in good standing with CIMA with no outstanding disciplinary charges or outstanding complaints that are in the course of investigation.

 

·         Declare any previous disciplinary action and any criminal convictions for which a pardon has not been granted.

 

·         Have qualified as a professional accountant by completing the entire CIMA program of studies.  Also, applicants must have started the CIMA program of studies prior to immigrating to Canada.  If the applicant completed part of a program through a third organization and received advanced standing with CIMA, CMA Ontario reserves the right to accept or reject the application at its discretion.

 

·         Have not previously attempted and failed a CMA Canada qualifying examination.

 

The MRA CIMA Application must be accompanied with a completed Practical Experience Reporting Form.  This application will allow the Society to ensure you have completed all the requirements of the Mutual Recognition Agreement.  MRA CIMA Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis.

 

The second step in the process is the completion of the Certified Membership Application form.  This application form requires you to have an active, certified CMA Member act as your sponsor for the designation. You will also be required to pay the yearly Certified Membership fees of $799.05.  Applications must be approved by the Ontario Board of Governors which meets three times a year.

 

I would like to thank you for your interest in the CMA designation.

 

If you have any questions, please contact me at (416) 204-3102 or via email mailto:[email protected]ontario.org -  

Sincerely,

Candidate Support

CMA Ontario
25 York Street
Suite 1100
Toronto, ON M5J 2V5
 
Tel: (416) 204-3102 | (866) 999-3102 | Fax: (416) 977-2128
Email:  mailto:[email protected]ontario.org - [email protected]  | Website: http://www.cma-ontario.org/ - www.cma-ontario.org



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Posted By: shivani
Date Posted: 02 Mar 2010 at 7:13am
Hi Amit,
 
Thanks for the information.
Can you please guide if I do CIMA course form india certified by e Royal Charter, UK.   . what are the porspects of getting job in Canada, and after CIMA am I eligible to do further short term course in  to get certification in Canada  as it is required to work there.
 
Shivani.


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2010 at 4:24am
thankz guys...
keep up posting related to ACCOUNTING & ACCOUNTING JOBs


Posted By: Tippu
Date Posted: 07 Mar 2010 at 8:16am
Dear members
 
I am waiting for PPR i want your help. I done BCOM and MBA from pakistan and working as RM-0PERATIONS Mortgages in bank . Soon i will land in ca whats the best suitable eduction for me in ca to start my career. Please guide.
 
 


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Posted By: PakCanadian
Date Posted: 10 Mar 2010 at 9:00pm
Imran01 / Sayyed:
 
How much points a Chartered Accountant gets in education factor?
 
Has completed full course and articling requirements (5 years) of Chartered Accountant and is now a fellow Chartered Accountant with a Bachelors of Commerce degree.
 
I assume 22 points?
 
Thanks,
 
Bash
 
 


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 11 Mar 2010 at 11:50pm
Pakcanadian,
u know Chartered Accountant has the equivalancy of M.COM. and i think it is more then 17 year education....so i think i safely said it is ....
25 Points...

Originally posted by PakCanadian PakCanadian wrote:

Imran01 / Sayyed:
 
How much points a Chartered Accountant gets in education factor?
 
Has completed full course and articling requirements (5 years) of Chartered Accountant and is now a fellow Chartered Accountant with a Bachelors of Commerce degree.
 
I assume 22 points?
 
Thanks,
 
Bash
 
 


Posted By: PakCanadian
Date Posted: 12 Mar 2010 at 9:24am
Thanks Imran,
 
I figured that out yesterday with Sayyed and C.A is equal to Masters i.e 16 yrs of education 22 points and not 25.
 
Bash


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 12 Mar 2010 at 9:33am
PAKCanadian,
how did   u figure out that CA is a 16year Master Degree Not a 17 year Master degree...plz elaborate


Posted By: trinigirl31
Date Posted: 27 Mar 2010 at 10:00am

Hi everyone,

 

I am applying to the CIO soon under the NOC 1111 - Financial Auditors and Accountants.

 

I have calculated my education as 20 points based on the following: I am  ACCA qualified  and have diploma from  the Association of Accounting technicians (AAT).

 

Can anyone advise me if I have calculated my points accurately?

 

Thanks

 



Posted By: shivani
Date Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 2:11pm
Hi,
 
If you are graduate in commerce from recognized university than you have calculated your points correctly.
 
 


Posted By: trinigirl31
Date Posted: 28 Mar 2010 at 5:41pm
Originally posted by shivani shivani wrote:

Hi,
 
If you are graduate in commerce from recognized university than you have calculated your points correctly.
 
 
 
i am not.


Posted By: kristina
Date Posted: 29 Mar 2010 at 9:49am
Shivani,
What the ACCA qualified
means? I will make easy to help you.


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Applied on Jan 28, 2010.
File number received on March 23, 2010.
Sent documents to CHC-New Delhi on May 25, 2010.


Posted By: trinigirl31
Date Posted: 29 Mar 2010 at 9:48pm
Originally posted by kristina kristina wrote:

Shivani,
What the ACCA qualified
means? I will make easy to help you.
Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA)


Posted By: shivani
Date Posted: 30 Mar 2010 at 3:57am
Hi,
 
ACCA scores 22 points.


Posted By: sayyed
Date Posted: 30 Mar 2010 at 8:13am
Imran the answer is 14 years bachelors +2 years masters = 16 years of education.



Originally posted by imran01 imran01 wrote:

PAKCanadian,
how did   u figure out that CA is a 16year Master Degree Not a 17 year Master degree...plz elaborate


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 30 Mar 2010 at 2:24pm
sayyed sb,
thanks for your answer...
Originally posted by sayyed sayyed wrote:

Imran the answer is 14 years bachelors +2 years masters = 16 years of education.



Originally posted by imran01 imran01 wrote:

PAKCanadian,
how did   u figure out that CA is a 16year Master Degree Not a 17 year Master degree...plz elaborate


Posted By: imran01
Date Posted: 18 May 2010 at 12:32am
any body with the info regarding...IFC which issue degrees named as CFC (certified financial consultant) from canada...



Posted By: Ankit
Date Posted: 27 Jan 2014 at 6:03am
Hi,
     I have done mechanical engineering and now I have done ICWA with 8 years of work experience in Automobile OEM in operation management side.
I want to know the scope of my profile while moving to Canada..
Pl. guide me...

Regards,
Ankit Gupta


Posted By: AMM
Date Posted: 15 Jun 2018 at 1:49pm
Hello Guys,

I am a CMA (IMA) with a bachelors degree in accounting.
Will the CMA certificate add points to my profile on the CRS ranking?
Looking forward to your help

Thanks



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