Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA) certification is the peak international, technical portfolio construction program for investment consultants, analysts, financial advisors and wealth management professionals. CIMA certification continues to be the highest level of advanced investment education for client-facing advisors.
Leading at a higher level requires you to draw from multiple disciplines: investments, portfolio theory and behavioral finance, risk and return, portfolio construction and consulting process and fundamentals.
The CIMA certification will help you upgrade your cross-functional understanding of investment management and portfolio construction, provide access to a wider channel of niche experts and expand your clientele.
Our programs are intensive and designed for advisors, by advisors to provide you with practical application in as little as 6–9 months. Keep your career on the fast track by earning the prestigious Certified Investment Management Advisor (CIMA) certification. Isn’t it time you invested in yourself?
Between US $5,500 – $9,000, depending on choice of preparatory materials and registered education provider.
Completion of Executive Education component offered by an approved Registered Education Provider.
Five hours long, with 140 multiple-choice questions: 125 scored and 15 non-scored pretest questions.
See upcoming overview classes and webinars. Take a half-day introductory class or a half-hour webinar to learn how CIMA can help you in your business.
On average, 6–9 months.
3 years of verifed work experience in financial services, to be earned before certification.
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We hold the gold standard of accreditation, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under an international standard for personal certifiers (ANSI/ISO 17024) and have maintained accreditation for nearly a decade.
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Noel Pacarro Brown, CIMA®, CPWA®
The Conscious Wealth Management Group at Morgan Stanley
Investments & Wealth Institute member since 2009
What ANSI Accreditation Means for You.