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Investment Management Consultants Association is the owner of the certification mark ”CIMA®,” the service marks “Certified Investment Management Analyst℠,” “Investment Management Consultants Association℠,” and “IMCA℠.” Use of CIMA® or Certified Investment Management Analyst℠ signifies that the user has successfully completed IMCA’s initial and ongoing credentialing requirements for investment management consultants.
The Certified Investment Management Analyst® (CIMA®) certification signifies that an individual has met initial and ongoing experience, ethical, education, and examination requirements for investment management consulting, including advanced investment management theory and application. To earn CIMA® certification, candidates must: submit an application, pass a background check and have an acceptable regulatory history; pass an online Qualification Examination; complete an in-person or online executive education program at an AACSB accredited university business school; pass an online Certification Examination; and have an acceptable regulatory history as evidenced by FINRA Form U-4 or other regulatory requirements and have three years of financial services experience at the time of certification. CIMA® certificants must adhere to the Investments & Wealth Institute’s Code of Professional Responsibility, Standards of Practice, and Rules and Guidelines for Use of the Marks. CIMA® designees must report 40 hours of continuing education credits, including two ethics hours, every two years to maintain the certification. The designation is administered through Investments & Wealth Institute.