CIMA 100

  • A challenge to the profession

    The accounting profession has a role to play in solving global problems such as climate change and income inequality, former Unilever CEO Paul Polman said at the CIMA President’s London Centenary Dinner.

  • Art for all

    The art gallery that CIMA’s first president, Lord Leverhulme, built in the UK for his soap factory workers is still filled with treasures.

  • Learning from the past

    Andrew Harding, FCMA, CGMA, the chief executive–Management Accounting for the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, looks back for lessons for the future.

  • CIMA history

    This timeline explores the organisation’s most significant moments since its founding as the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants in 1919.

  • Standing the test of time after 100 years

    CIMA’s dedicated members have advanced the cause of cost and management accounting through war and peacetime and are poised to meet the challenges the future will bring.

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