CGMA

AcronymDefinition
CGMACoast Guard Mutual Assistance
CGMACovent Garden Market Authority
CGMACanadian Gospel Music Association
CGMACountry Gospel Music Association
CGMACollaboratory for GIS and Mediterranean Archaeology
CGMAComparative Genomic Microarray Analysis
CGMAChurch of God Mountain Assembly, Inc.
CGMACaribbean Gospel Music Awards
CGMACisco Gateway Management Agent
CGMACenter for Gait and Movement Analysis
CGMACanadian Glove Manufacturers Association
CGMAConseil en Gestion et Management des Affaires (French business consulting firm)
CGMAComputational Geometry for Mechanics and Applications
CGMACarolina Grounds Management Association
CGMAChicagoland Gems and Minerals Association
CGMACooperative Game Management Area
CGMAConference of Government Mining Attorneys
CGMACompressed Gas Manufacturers Association
CGMACercle Généalogique de Maisons-Alfort (French: Maisons-Alfort Genealogy Circle; est. 1997; Maisons-Alfort, France)
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CGMA holders and their companies appear to be keenly aware of the effects a damaged reputation can have on their companies:
The course speaker, Richard Mallett FCMA, CGMA, has held senior finance roles at Boots, Reed Elsevier and Sainsbury's.
CITP, CGMA, and CEO of the Succession Institute; and Randy Johnston, MCS, of the Network Management Group, Inc.
Retired Coca-Cola finance executive Doug Bonthrone, CGMA, describes how to keep continuous improvement flowing.
Akalangka De Zoysa ACMA, CGMA, general manager at food manufacturer Dolphin Indonesia, observes that Indonesia has immense potential, given that its population of 254 million represents the largest national market in South East Asia.
For strategies on detecting, preventing, responding to, and deterring fraud, download the CGMA report Fraud Risk Management: A Guide to Good Practice, available at tinyurl.
Charles Tilley, FCMA, CGMA, Chief Executive of CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) commented: "Management accountants play a critical role in linking the objectives of the organisation across the whole business and are therefore well-placed to constructively challenge how things are done and offer an objective view," said Charles Tilley, FCMA, CGMA and CEO of CIMA.
The technical skill sets that we have as financial professionals are not adequate anymore," said Ash Noah, CPA, CGMA, AICPA vice president-External Relations for Management Accounting, who was one of the panelists.
With its deep economic relationship with the US and close cultural ties to the UK, the provincial capital of Ontario has become "quite attractive from a business perspective", according to Leon Binedell, ACMA, CGMA, mining finance leader at PwC Consulting.
Charles Tilley, FCMA, CGMA, Chief Executive of CIMA, commented: "We work with a range of organisations across the world and can see that decision-making is becoming more and more difficult as complex information flows so much faster.
As all members of the cohort will have had instrumented gait analysis and a physical exam at CGMA in the past, measures of their walking ability, biomechanics, their Gross Motor Function Classification System level, and selected measures of strength, range of motion, and spasticity are compared longitudinally.
This is promising for the region considering that a CGMA research last year also highlighted that one in three finance professionals around the world have faced pressure to act unethically, said a media statement.