• Knowing your engineering formulae only may not be enough.

    Any engineer has mastered the art of crafting technology in creating systems and structures. But not many engineers have mastered the art of crafting finances to ensure the commmercial success of innovation.

    CMA (Australia) from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants – Australia is a specialist management accounting body focusing on creating value and innovation.

    As an engineering professional you can now join the graduate conversion programme to become a Certified Management Accountant (Australia) in one year.

  • Market share and brand positioning are not enough to be top marketing pro.

    To be a next generation marketer you have to speak the language of finance with confidence and authority.

    CMA (Australia) from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants – Australia is an international specialist management accounting body focusing on creating value beyond the conventional control orientation.

    As a maketing graduate or a professional you can now join the graduate conversion programme to become a Certified Management Accountant (Australia) in one year.

  • Not all CEOs are qualified accountants.
    That could be a good thing.

    As the CEO your team will always look up to you for strategic direction and leadership. However asa non finance CEO, sometimes you may have torely on your gut or the advice from your finance colleague on sensitive business finance issues.

    CMA(Australia) from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (Australia) is a specialist management accounting qualification which could bridge the gap & give you the edge over the rest.

    As a qualified professional you can now join the graduate conversion programme to become a Certified Management Accountant (Australia) in one year.

  • MBAs could be missing something

    As a MBA holder you need to climb the corporate ladder faster. However, without a finance qualification you could be missing the important step in your ascent.

    Perhaps the missing step is CMA (Australia) from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (Australia) which takes you through a journey on contemporary financial management to make you a true master in business.

    With a recognized MBA you can now join the graduate conversion programme to become a Certified Management Accountant (Australia) in six months

  • Degree holders need further visioning

    Earning a University degree in your preferred field is always a good head start for your career. However, if you are to have real visioning of the corporate world you need to be financially savvy to create organizational value.

    CMA from the Institute of Certified Management Accountants – Australia is a specialist management accounting body focusing on creating value.

    Degree holders you can now join the graduate conversion programme to become a Certified Management Accountant (Australia), in one year.

You can now jump start a qualification in Finance with the Graduate Conversion program offered by CMA Australia.

Registration for 2013 July intake now on.
Application closing date will be 30th June

CMA workshop is considered to be one of the world's best seven day intensive workshops in finance.

Register for the 2013 CMA Workshop
Application closing date will be 25th June.

  • The Institute of Certified Management Accountants - Australia

    The Institute was incorporated in 1996 under the patronage of Mr. William Dix (former Chairman of Ford and Qantas) and Professor John Miller (former Director of Consumer Affairs, Chairman of Pannell, Kerr, Foster and holder of numerous senior academic positions). Its objectives are to provide a professional organization for management accountants, and to encourage, disseminate and promote the specialisation in organizations in Australia.

    The Institute offers a number of education programs that have received accreditation from Australian universities. Being a CMA means a commitment to a continuous professional development, and the Institute offers seminars, training and other development activities to assist members achieve this objective. For the industry and employer perspective, the Management Accounting 2020 program offers industry-based certification for best practice in decision information and control systems.

    The Institute is also an examining body, and members are required to pass examinations and have relevant work experience prior to describing themselves as 'Certified Management Accountants'. Business organizations are also accredited by the Institute as providing suitable training and experience programs for prospective members to obtain their experience requirements for membership.

    Objectives Role of CMAs
  • The Objectives

    ICMA (Australia) is established with a vision to attain the status of a premier body of professionals practicing the science of management accounting. The Institute thus aims:

    ICMA Australia-Objectives

    To promote and develop the science of Management Accountancy and to foster and maintain investigations and research into the best means and methods of developing and applying such science and to encourage, increase, disseminate and promote knowledge, education and training and the exchange of information and ideas in respect of all questions relating thereto or connected therewith;

    • To provide a professional organization for Management Accountants and by means of examination and other methods of assessment to test the skill and knowledge of persons desiring to enter the profession;
    • To further the development of management accounting education in these disciplines in the universities and schools in Australia and Asia; To encourage research into the application of management accounting theory in practice;
    • To hold conferences and publish a journal as a means for disseminating ideas and information in the discipline of management accounting, and for promoting their discussion.
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  • Role of CMAs

    ICMA Australia-Role of CMAs

    A management accountant applies his or her professional knowledge and skill in the preparation and presentation of financial and other decision oriented information in such a way as to assist management in the formulation of policies and in the planning and control of the operation of the undertaking.

    Certified Management Accountants therefore are seen as the value-creators amongst the accountants. They are much more interested in forward looking and taking decisions that will affect the future of the organization, than in the historical recording and compliance (scorekeeping) aspects of the profession. Management accounting knowledge and experience can therefore be obtained from varied fields and functions within an organization, such as information management, treasury, efficiency auditing, marketing, valuation, pricing, logistics, etc.

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The Program Structure

The philosophy of the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) is predicated on the idea that an active commitment toward excellence is fundamental to the process of education.

The educational objectives of the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (ICMA) are to further the development of management accounting education in the universities and schools of Australia and internationally, to encourage research into the application of management accounting theory and practice, and to provide continuing professional development for its members.

In order to achieve the above objectives, the following educational programme has been implemented by the Institute. The programme covers both the requirements to obtain 'Graduate' and 'Associate' status in the Institute, and also the advanced programme for certification as a 'Certified Management Accountant'.

In Sri Lanka there are no institutes providing the first three stages of study. However,holders of university degrees and professional qualifications in disciplines other than accounting could undertake a Graduate Conversion Program of 4 subjects to satisfy the requirements of Graduate membership (GMA status).

All Graduate and Associate members must satisfactorily complete the CMA programme of the Institute prior to being certified as a Certified Management Accountant.

Stage 1
Certified Accounting Technician
  • Organizational Management
  • Accounting Principles and Practice
  • Accounting Control Systems
  • Financial Information Systems

This course is not avaialable in Sri Lanka

Stage 2
Registered Cost Accountant
  • Financial Economics
  • International Business Law & Governance
  • Business Analysis & Audit
  • International Business Taxation

This course is not available in Sri Lanka

Stage 3
Registered Business Accountant
  • Financial Accounting
  • Marketing Management
  • Information Management
  • Strategic Management

This course is not available in Sri Lanka

Stage 4
Graduate Management Accountant
  • Financial Management
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Modelling
  • Managerial Accounting
Workshop
Certified Management Accountant
  • Strategic Cost Management
  • Strategic Business Analysis

The MBA style learning methodology of CMA(Aust) is perfect for the senior executives. Pass rates are also high because students truly enjoy the subjects

The financial insight improves your entrepreneurial skills. I would consider it as one time investment for life time success.

The CMA(Aust) qualification Improves your financial literacy significantly and helps your ascend in the corporate ladder. You truly understand the power of numbers in managing a business.

  • Membership Levels and Designatory Letters

    Student members are not entitled to use any designatory letters, while Management Accounting Affiliate (MAA) is an open entry for those interested in the field of Management Accountancy

    CMA - Certified Management Accountant

    Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is the pinnacle of the qualification structure which is awarded to a professional completing all the academic requirements of GMA level , participated in the seven day qualifying workshop and the relevant assessments and gained a minimum of five years of acceptable professional experience.

    Honorary CMA membership is awarded to distinguished professionals who have contributed significantly to the field of management accounting or related disciplines at national level based on the recommendations of Branch Council and decided by the expert panel of the Executive Committee.

    AMA - Associate Management Accountant

    Associate Management Accountant (AMA) membership is the intermediate level professional membership awarded to a GMA eligible who has gained three years of relevant experience.

    GMA - Graduate Management Accountant

    Graduate Management Accountant (GMA) membership is the starting level of professional membership awarded to a professional completing the graduate programme, graduate conversion programme, academic degree or professional qualification in accounting acceptable to ICMA.

    RBA - Registered Business Accountant

    Degree (Bachelors) in any discipline other than Accounting from a recognised University or 3 Stages of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or completion of Stages 1,2 & 3 of the ICMA's Graduate program is required to become a RBA.

    RCA - Registered Cost Accountant

    Diploma in Accounting from a recognised Technical College (TAFE) or 2 Stages of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or completion of Stages 1 & 2 of the ICMA's Graduate program will be the eligibility criteria.

    CAT - Certified Accounting Technician

    Certificate in Accounting from a recognised Technical College(TAFE) or Stage 1 of a Professional Qualification in Accounting or completion of Stage 1 of the ICMA's Graduate program will make one eligible for membership.

    Relevant experience in management accounting is broadly defined to include the gaining of experience in the provision of information in a wide range of managerial functions including costing, pricing, marketing, strategy, financial analysis, logistics, information systems, etc.

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  • Membership Services

    ICMA members will be provided with the following services:

    • Membership Certificate recognizing qualifications and experience in the specialist field of management accounting
    • The use of post-nominals in the CMA, AMA, GMA, RBA, RCA, CAT and MAA membership categories
    • Up to 4 credit exemptions in many Australian and overseas MBA programs for those successfully completing the Institute's Education Program
    • Eleven issues per year of the world-class 'CFO Magazine' , published by the Australian Financial Review
    • Free access to the Standard Subscription of the CEO Institute online website and data base of management articles
    • Full access to the CMAWebline.org with links to all associated management accounting web pages around the world
    • Institute's newsletter On Target
    • Access to the Institute's commissioned research publications in JAMAR
    • Participation in branch and center activities
    • Access to a range of Continuing Professional Development opportunities in the leading edge topics of management accounting
    • Access to membership in special interest groups
    • Networking opportunities with management accounting academics and professionals around the world
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Entry Paths in Sri Lanka
Non Finance Professional

CIM - SLIM -CPM - IBSL - ABE - IPM - SLIIT - Law College - University Graduate

  • Financial Modeling

  • Management Accounting

  • Financial Management

  • Financial Statement Analysis

With no experience

Graduate Management Accountant

With 3 years experience

Associate Management Accountant

  • Strategic Cost Management

  • Strategic Business Analysis

Five years of experience

Certified Management Accountant

MBA Holder

Selective exemptions up to two subjects

  • Financial Modeling

  • Management Accounting

  • Financial Management

  • Financial Statement Analysis

With no experience

Graduate Management Accountant

With 3 years experience

Associate Management Accountant

  • Strategic Cost Management

  • Strategic Business Analysis

Five years of experience

Certified Management Accountant

Finance Professional

Fully Qualified Accountant
Masters in Finance
Graudate in Commerce

With no experience

Graduate Management Accountant

With 3 years experience

Associate Management Accountant

  • Strategic Cost Management

  • Strategic Business Analysis

Five years of experience

Certified Management Accountant

  • Education Partner in Sri Lanka:
    The Academy of Finance

    'Literature was formerly an art and finance a trade; today it is the reverse'

    Academy of Finance, 'The Gurus of Financial wisdom', became the pinnacle of/at creating an engine to share financial knowledge from the expert to the apprentice after years of self mastery, global application and imparting of knowledge.

    The Academy of Finance (Private) Limited was established with a vision of training and enriching non-finance business professionals to become finance savvy and appropriately qualified in finance, whilst providing development opportunities and higher qualifications for finance professionals.

    The company works with international professional bodies, specializing in the areas of accounting and finance, management accounting, investment management, and internal auditing on an exclusive basis.

  • Graduate Conversion Program

    The Institute's own Graduate Conversion Programme, consists ur subjects of Stage 4, taught at a University 4th Year (Honours/Graduate Diploma) level or at a CMA recognized provider.

    Entry Qualifications

    Entry Qualifications- General

    The candidate with one of the below qualifications will be exempted from the first three stages and will be required to sit all four papers at GMA level.

    • Degree from a Sri Lankan University
    • Degree from a recognized foreign University
    • Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
    • British Computer Society (BCS)
    • Association of Business Executives (ABE)
    • CPM- Asia Pacific Institute of Marketing
    • Institute of Personnel Management - Sri Lanka (IPM)
    • Institute of Bankers - Sri Lanka (IBSL)
    • The Law College of Sri Lanka
    • Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM)
    • Executive Diploma & Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting and Finance Institute of Chartered Accountants - Sri Lanka
    • Institute of Engineers - Sri Lanka (IESL)
    • Australian Computer Society (ACS)
    • Institute of Chartered Accountants - Sri Lanka (75% completion)
    • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (75% completion)
    Entry Qualifications- MBA Holders

    The candidate will be exempted from the first three stages and the first two subjects at GMA Level and will be required to sit only the last two papers at GMA level.

    The exemptions offered will be based on the subjects taken indicated in the transcript and the subject outline
    issued by the university.

    • Postgraduate Institute of Management MBA - University of Sri Jayewardenepura
    • University of Colombo MBA
    • University of Wales MBA - Imperial Institute of Higher Education
    • University of Southern Queensland MBA - Institute of Chartered Accountants Sri Lanka
    • Edith Coven University MBA-ACBT-(FM/FSA-Complete unit 2 exempted)
    • Leister University MBA
    • ICFAI University MBA
    • Sikkim Manipal University MBA -( FM - One subject in unit 2 exempted)
    • Other MBA Programmes - Subject to the approval of Academic Board

    Curriculum Details

    Subject 1: Financial Management
    Objective

    On completion of this subject students should be able to apply capital budgeting principles and techniques to investment proposals in order to facilitate optimum decision-making, understand the risk/return trade-off inherent in portfolio analysis and selection; understand how to apply techniques suitable for valuing various debt and equity securities; examine and evaluate empirical research relating to the optimum financial structure of the firm; understand the nature, purpose and limitations of financial ratios and other data to evaluate performance and credit risks; examine and understand empirical research relating to the concept of market efficiency; examine and evaluate empirical research relating to the optimum dividend policy of the firm.

    Synopsis
    • Find, use, and manage funds in different organisations
    • Select and evaluate techniques used in treasury management and investment decision making
    • Analyse the changing, competitive business environment in order to formulate financial strategy.
    Subject 2: Financial Statement Analysis
    Objective

    This subject seeks to describe and explain the properties of financial statement numbers, the key aspects of decisions that use financial statement information, and the features of the environment in which these decisions are made.

    Synopsis
    • Understand the demand and supply forces of corporate financial disclosure
    • Apply analytical techniques such as common-sized statements and ratio analysis
    • Consider accounting method choice on accounting numbers
    • Undertake correlational and cross-sectional analysis of Financial Statements
    • Consider the impact of times series properties of financial statement numbers.
    Subject 3: Financial Modeling
    Objective

    On completion of this subject students should be able to appreciate the role of computers in analysing the financial activities of a business and in decision support; appreciate the problems involved in the implementation of computerised financial models and spreadsheets; recognise the ways in which computer-based financial models may be used by management and evaluate commercially available financial modeling software.

    Synopsis
    • Apply cost accounting principles and techniques to model in all kinds of organisations
    • Analyse and critically evaluate information for cost ascertainment, planning, control and decision making
    • Model and interpret cost accounting and other financial statements.
    Subject 4: Managerial Accounting
    Objective

    On completion of this subject students should be able to understand the decision making requirements and the information needs of management; apply management accounting principles and techniques to a wide range of situations in both service and manufacturing industries; appreciate recent developments in the theory and practice of management accounting, control systems; and appreciate the developments information technology in relation to the provision of management accounting information.

    Synopsis
    • Select and utilise control systems which provide management control of the organisation
    • Provide management with appropriate information for control, assessing and reporting on performance, monitoring efficiency, effectiveness and value for money
    • Evaluate and audit the relevance of management information systems (including information technology systems)
    • Advise management on the use of these systems, and on issues of personal or corporate conduct.
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  • Associate Management Accountant

    Fully qualified accountants with three years of relevant work experience will be exempted from all four stages and can apply for direct AMA membership.

    Graduate Management Accountant - CMA Australia, with the relevant work experience will proceed to this level.

    Entry Qualifications
    • Graduate Management Accountant - CMA Australia
    • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants - CIMA
    • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants - ACCA
    • Institute of Chartered Accountants (Sri Lanka) - ICASL
    • University Degree in Finance / Accounting acceptable to the Institute
    • Masters Degree in Finance / Accounting acceptable to the Institute
    • Other fully completed professional accountancy or finance qualification subject to the approval of CMA academic Board

    The exemptions offered will be based on the subjects taken indicated in the transcript and the subject outline issued by the university.

    AMA status will be considered based on the Service Letter/s issued by the relevant employer/s covering the required three year period.

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  • CMA Study Program

    This programme can only be taken by a Student member who has met the pre-requisite entry requirements of the program or a Graduate or Associate member of the Institute. The aim of this programme is to further develop skills of analysis, evaluation and synthesis in the areas of cost and management accounting for associate members and, in the process, create an awareness of some current developments in the profession.

    Entry Qualifications

    Fully qualified Accountants and Finance professionals with the relevant five year work experience will be exempted from all four stages and can apply for direct CMA membership after participating in the CMA Seminar.

    Graduate Management Accountant – CMA Australia, with the relevant work experience will proceed to this level. The exemptions offered will be based on the Certificates issued by the relevant Academic / Professional bodies.CMA status will be considered based on the Service Letter/s issued by the relevant employer/s covering the required three year period

    • Graduate Management Accountant - CMA Australia
    • Chartered Institute of Management Accountants - CIMA
    • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants - ACCA
    • Institute of Chartered Accountants (Sri Lanka) - ICASL
    • University Degree in Finance / Accounting acceptable to the Institute
    • Masters Degree in Finance / Accounting acceptable to the Institute
    • Other fully completed professional accountancy or finance qualification subject to the approval of CMA academic Board
    Curriculum Details

    The programme is not designed as one in which highly structured methods and rules are applied to various topics in order to find one 'correct' solution or answer for problems or issues. Rather, it is more a possibilities quest, in which various controversial conceptual and practical issues will be reviewed and analysed, with due recognition to the reality of alternative value judgements. Given the history of recent developments in the profession and business practices, this approach to the study of the subject of management accounting is considered feasible and warranted.

    Part 1: Strategic Cost Management
    • Identify the basic conventions and doctrines of managerial and cost accounting and other generally accepted principles which may be applied in the contemporary cost management models.
    • Identify major contemporary issues that have emerged in managerial accounting.
    • Discuss a number of issues relating to the design and implementation of cost management models in modern firms
    Part 2: Strategic Business Analysis
    • identify the basic conventions and doctrines of managerial and cost accounting and other generally accepted principles which may be strategically applied across the various functions of a business organisation.
    • Identify major contemporary issues that have emerged in strategic management accounting.
    • Discuss a number of cost and management accounting issues relating to the design and implementation of strategic, marketing, strategic value and other management models in modern firms.
    • To appreciate the management accountant's role in the implementation of cost management systems for marketing decision making.

    The stated aim of the Institute is to obtain university recognition of its education programmes in terms of quality of content and of delivery. The CMA programme is therefore designed to be equivalent to 4 subjects at the graduate level of most Universities in Australia.

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Resource Panel

  • Janek Rathnathunga
  • Leon Dual
  • Kapila Dodamgoda
  • Kapila Dodamgoda
  • Kapila Dodamgoda
  • Kapila Dodamgoda
  • Prof. Janek Ratnathunga

    Professor Janek Ratnatunga, MBA, PhD (Bradford), Dip. M, FCA, CPA, CMA, is the Dean and Head of Commerce at the University of South Australia. Previously, he held the Chair in Business Accounting for 18 years at Monash University, Australia. He has also held academic positions at the University of Melbourne and the University of Canberra in Australia; and the Universities of Washington, Richmond and Rhode Island in the USA.

    He is currently the Editor of the Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research. He has authored/co-authored twenty-five books on strategic cost management, entrepreneurship, financial accounting, accounting theory and financial modelling; and over 200 academic and professional papers. He has worked in the profession as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG, and is a consultant for the World Bank.

    He has undertaken a major consultancy for the Australian Department of Defence in the valuation of strategic capabilities, and has valued the 'brand' capabilities of major Telecommunication and IT companies worldwide. He is also a world authority on the business and accounting implications of global warming and carbon trading. In January 2009, he was awarded the prestigious joint American Accounting Association, AICPA (USA), CIMA (UK) and CMA (Canada) Impact on Management Accounting Practice Award.

    The award is given annually to a paper published within the last five years in a refereed academic journal that has the greatest potential impact on Management Accounting Practice. Professor Ratnatunga conducts in Sri Lanka on an annual basis a 'Strategic Finance' think-tank and workshop for CEOs, CFOs and Financial Controllers of major companies in Sri Lanka, on behalf of the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (Australia).

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  • Leon Duval

    Leon Duval is a both a member of the ICMA and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia. He has a Masters degree in Business Accounting from Monash University and is currently enrolled as a PhD candidate researching the sustainability of ambidextrous organisation structures as an architectural form. After a 30 year career as a management accountant in professional practice, Leon Duval recently retired from the firm he founded in 1989. One of the roles he then undertook was that of the Chief Executive Officer for the ICMA. He now divides his professional time between this role and a number of directorships on behalf of family companies. An experienced lecturer and workshop presenter, Duval has delivered the CMA program in Australia and all over Asia including numerous programs in Sri Lanka. He was the author of the management accounting module that was included as an elective in the Professional Year program of the Institute of Chartered Accountants for five years, and in recognition was awarded a Centenary medal by the Australian Government for his contribution to the Accounting profession.

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  • Kapila Dodamgoda : Management Accounting

    Kapila Dodamgoda is the CEO of ICMA (Australia) Sri Lanka Branch and Managing Director of the Academy of Finance (Private) Limited. He is also a Director of a number of public and private companies.

    Kapila's entry into the corporate ladder began at one of the most prestigious diversified holdings in Sri Lanka, Hayleys as an Engineer in 1995. One year later he moved into Vanik Incorporation, in order to build a career in the emerging financial services sector. Starting from trade financing, he made headway into setting up the Project Follow up and Monitoring Division under Corporate Finance Division at Vanik. His rise to management was visibly on the fast lane at Vanik rising to the position of senior manager within a short period of three years.

    Later Kapila began a progressive career at MAS Holdings the flagship apparel manufacturer in Sri Lanka, as the Financial Controller for six companies operating in four countries and played an active role in the overseas expansion programme. In 2005, he was appointed as the General Manager overseas operations in Madagascar, Vietnam, and India for MAS Active (Private) Limited.

    Kapila then took up the position as the Finance Director for MAS Investments, the non apparel Investment Holding Company of MAS which holds a diversified foray into Infrastructure development, Branding & Retail, Real estate development, Information technology and BPO services focusing in the South Asian region.

    Kapila obtained his executive education in Corporate Strategy and Leadership from the faculties of Henley College of Management, Insead, Ashridge and IIM Ahamedabad. Being a keen educator he is a faculty member of the MBA Programmes conducted in Sri Lanka by the University of Wales, Buckinghamshire University (SLIM) and Asia e University.

    His academic feats include a Bachelor's Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Moratuwa and a Masters Degree in Economics - specializing in International Economics - from the University of Colombo. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK) and holds Associate Memberships with the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK), Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing and the Institute of Engineers (Sri Lanka). Kapila is also a Certified Management Accountant of ICMA (Australia).

    Kapila is a key resource person for finance programmes conducted by a number of professional bodies and large corporates.

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  • Mohamed S.M. Shamil : Financial Statement Analysis
    • Qualifications: MBA, ACA, ASCMA
    • Corporate Experience: 13 Years
    • Lecturing Experience: 04 years
    • Current Position: AGM Finance, Aitken Spence Power Sector
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  • Sanjeewa Guruge : Financial Management
    • Qualifications:M.Sc. Investments (University of Birmingham, UK) B.Sc. Accountancy & Financial Management (Special) - 1st Class, FCA, FCMA, Reading for PhD
    • Corporate Experience: 12 Years
    • Lecturing Experience: 7 years - Financial Accounting (ICASL, CMA) Micro/Macro and Managerial Economics (ICASL, CMA, B.Sc.)
    • Current Position :Senior Assistant Director, Central Bank of Sri Lanka.
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  • Chaaminda D. Kumarasiri : Financial Modeling
    • Qualifications: MBA (Finance),B.Sc. Accountancy (Special) - 1st Class, ACA, ACCA, ACMA, FMAAT, Chartered Accountancy - Prize winner
    • Corporate Experience: 09 Years
    • Lecturing Experience: 08 years, (Accounting and Financial Management, Audit and Assurance, SLAS/SLAuS and IAS/IFRS)
    • Current Position : Assistant Vice President - Finance, HSBC Global Resourcing
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Class Schedule

Graduate Conversion Program - Time Table

Classes are held only on Saturdays

Time Subject Lecturer
7.30 - 10.30 Financial Modeling Mr. Chaminda Kumarasiri
11.00 - 2.00 Management Accounting Mr. Kapila Dodamgoda
7.30 - 10.00 Financial Management Mr. Sanjeewa Guruge
11.00 - 2.00 Financial Statement Analysis Mr. Shamil Mohamed
CMA Qualifying workshop - Time table

The next program is scheduled to be held in February 2014

Date Subject Lecturer
Feb 2014 Strategic Cost Management Professor Janek Ratnatunga
Feb 2014 Strategic Business Analysis Professor Janek Ratnatunga
Examination Dates

Examination Dates for the January 2013 Session

Date Subject Time
22nd June 2013 Financial Modeling - Unit 1 3.00 - 6.00
29th June 2013 Management Accounting - Unit 1 9.00 - 12.00
29th June 2013 Financial Management - Unit 2 9.00 - 12.00
22nd June 2013 Financial Statement Analysis Unit 2 3.00 - 6.00

Session Plan - July 2013
  • GMA Unit 1 - Commencement
    13th July 2013
  • GMA Unit 2 - Commencement
    13th July 2013
  • Handing over Classroom Assignments to the Students
    28th September 2013
  • Assignment Submission by the Students
    03rd November 2013
  • Release of assignment marks to the students
    7th December 2013
  • GMA Unit 01 - Examination Paper 1 & 2 2013
    14th and 21st December 2013
  • GMA Unit 02 - Examination Paper1 & 2
    14th and 21st December 2013
  • Releasing Examination results
    6th January 2014
  • New Session
    5th January 2014
Session Plan - January 2013
  • GMA Unit 1 - Commencement
    12th January 2013
  • GMA Unit 2 - Commencement
    12th January 2013
  • Handingover Classroom Assignments to the Students
    6th April 2013
  • Assignment Submission by the Students
    11th May 2013
  • Release of assignment marks to the students
    22nd June 2013
  • GMA Unit 01 - Examination Paper 1 & 2
    22nd and 29th June 2013
  • GMA Unit 02 - Examination Paper 1 & 2
    22th and 29th June 2013
  • Releasing Examination results
    12th July 2013
  • New Session
    13th July 2013

Contact Details

  • No 3, St. Kilda's Lane, Colombo 03,
    Sri Lanka

  • +94 72 241 2009
    +94 11 259 1122

  • info@academy.lk

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