Role: Management accountant

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Support leadership decision-making with accurate financial insight

What is a management accountant?

Management accountants provide a wide range of essential financial analysis services to organisations. They prepare, develop and analyse financial information so that leadership teams have reliable figures on which to base their critical strategic decisions. That means your input will be driving the successful growth and prosperity of an organisation.

Management accounting is a key role in finance, with positions available in public practice, the corporate and public sectors, financial services and shared service organisations

How do I achieve it?

There are many entry points into management accountancy, with excellent opportunities to progress to senior levels. You could even end up leading the overall financial strategies of the organisation.

Aspiring management accountants will benefit from taking the following ACCA Strategic Professional exams:

  • Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
  • Advanced Performance Management (APM)

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