|Annual subscription - fellow
|Annual subscription - associate
|Membership application fee
|Membership application fee (direct to fellow)
|Application (associate to fellow)
|Annual subscription - retired members (for full services)
|Remission ACMA or FCMA
|Re-admission fee ACMA or FCMA
|Annual MiP fee
| CIMA offers a variety of payment options to suit your needs.
|Pay online with a debit or credit card by logging in to your MY CIMA account. We accept VISA, MasterCard or American Express
|Call our global 24/7 payment hotline and pay with a debit or credit card
In the UK: 0844 292 0240, outside the UK: +44 (0) 20 8602 0861
This is an automated service. Ensure you have your customer payment reference number ready. You can find this number on the top of your financial statement in your MY CIMA account.
|Call CIMA Contact on +44 (0)20 8849 2251 and pay with a debit or credit card
|Send a cheque, money order, UK postal order or sterling bank draft, made payable to CIMA. Write your contact ID on the back of your cheque and send it, together with a copy of your invoice and a remittance advice (PDF 50KB) to CIMA, The Helicon, One South Place, London, EC2M 2RB, United Kingdom.
Direct debits and refunds
You can also set up a direct debit, through UK and Republic of Ireland banks only. To set up a direct debit, login to MY CIMA and click on 'My direct debit details'. Please note that CIMA does not allow monthly instalments via direct debit. Any amounts due are taken in full on the next available direct debit processing date.
If you require a refund due to an overpayment or duplicate payment, please email your request (including the amount to be refunded) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not under any circumstances send us your debit or credit card details through the post or email to any CIMA email address.
If you are unable to resolve the problems with your online account, the best way for CIMA staff to help solve your query is to take a screen shot of the error message that is being displayed and email to email@example.com using the subject line ‘Online Payment Issues’.
Please provide as much detail as possible relating to the action that you were attempting to carry out and staff will then work to solve the problem.