About ICMA Pakistan
The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMA Pakistan) was
established in 1951 with the objective to regulate and promote the profession of
Management Accounting in Pakistan. By virtue of the authority vested in by the Act
and Regulations, the Institute has been entrusted with the responsibility to provide
education, examine competencies and confer internationally recognized post-graduate
professional certification. After qualifying and fulfilling prescribed requirement
of membership, the Institute awards following designations:
Associate Cost and Management Accountant (ACMA) | Fellow Cost and Management Accountant
The Institute is chartered under Cost and Management Accountants Act No. XIV of
1966 of the Parliament of Pakistan and its activities are governed under Cost and
Management Accountants Regulations 1990.
Presently, Institute has around 7,000 members. These members are serving on senior management positions
such as CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIAs, Company Secretaries, Financial Analysts, Public Practitioners, Management
Consultants, etc, hence making significant contributions towards business growth and economic development.
The Institute, currently, has over 15,000 students, more than 200 faculty members,
over 260 employees, 07 regional and 06 overseas Branch Councils, 11 education campuses
and 20 examination centres. The Institute is providing Education, conducting Examinations,
organizing Corporate Trainings, holding CPD Programs, undertaking Research work
and engaged in Publications.
In addition to this, the Institute is also actively involved in providing technical
support to the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Commerce, Planning Commission, Securities
and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, State Bank of Pakistan, Federal Board of Revenue,
Accountant General of Pakistan Revenues, Auditor General of Pakistan, Competition
Commission of Pakistan, other ministries, regulators and policy making organizations.
- CMA Act 1966 & CMA Regulations 1990