CIMA definition

CIMA means the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority whose contact details are available from www.cima.ky;
CIMA means the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority and any successor organisation.

Examples of CIMA in a sentence

  • Practical financial modeling a guide to current practice, by Jonathan swan, second edition CIMA Publishing Ltd.

  • Following up on recommendations of the supervisory authorities, including those issued by the Commission Bancaire, the regional body monitoring economic and financial policies of the member states of the West African Economic and monetary Union, and CIMA.

  • While ACCA is a leader in providing the academic materials on the topic of investment appraisal, CIMA and ROSS materials contains more problems on this issue.

  • ACCA, CFA, Ross and CIMA present the material in approximately equal amount with insignificant differences.

  • Consistently with the article's thesis, problems on currency risk are much alike, requiring to "explain the nature ofinternational trade risk and propose hedging strategies" (Ross, Westerfield and Jaffe, 2010), "explain and apply exchange rate risk hedging methods" (ACCA F9, 2014), and "discuss currency risk nature for the company, propose a reasonable decision concerning exchange rate risk hedging" (CIMA P3, 2014; CFA, 2013).


More Definitions of CIMA

CIMA shall have the meaning given in the preamble and shall include its Affiliates.
CIMA means the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority whose contact details are available at www.cima.ky;
CIMA means the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority and any successor regulatory body thereto under the PF Act.
CIMA means the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority and any
CIMA has the meaning assigned in the preamble.