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IMA and ANEFAC announce partnership for management accounting in Brazil

The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and the National Association of Executives in Finance, Administration and Accounting (ANEFAC) have announced a strategic partnership to advance the management accounting profession and the CMA certification in Brazil.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by IMA president and CEO Jeff Thomson and ANEFAC president Edmir Carvalho, includes the partnership element of discounted IMA memberships and CMA scholarships for ANEFAC members and students.

“IMA has a strong interest in deepening its relationships and memberships internationally, and by formalizing our long-standing partnership with ANEFAC, we are taking an important step toward that goal here in Brazil,” Thomson said.

Carvalho added: “The renewal of this long-term partnership with IMA is of great importance to ANEFAC. It is our intention to focus on continuing to grow the relationship with IMA.”

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