CIMA’s biggest impact on society and the environment comes from education and influencing our 195,000 members and students (the vast majority of whom work in global businesses, as well as public sector and NGOs). They are business and standard setters on the importance of sustainable and ethical business practices
CIMA also aims to reduce its direct environmental impacts and contribute to local communities in which it operates. In order to fulfill these goals we are working on several different projects around the world (PDF 181KB).
Read CIMA’s corporate responsibility principles (PDF 16KB), including our purpose, vision and mission.
CIMA supports the combined code on corporate governance prepared by the Financial Reporting Council, and has implemented it as far as possible. Our annual financial statements give a comprehensive review of our governance procedures.
We also support our members and students in upholding their professional code of ethics.
CIMA is committed in its business activities in the UK and internationally to prevent and prohibit corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery, in accordance with the tenth principle of the UNGC and the UK Bribery Act 2010. Read our bribery policy.