CIMA® CE Library

Helping CIMA certificants meet their CIMA certification CE obligation

 

The Forum CIMA CE Library allows CIMA certificants to earn CE hours - at no cost and at any time 24/7 - to help meet your obligation as a CIMA certificant, as well as the CE/CPD requirements of 15 regulators, associations, institutes and designations.

Within one to three business days of you completing a CIMA CE Quiz successfully, your CE accreditation will be logged and tracked for you on your Forum MyCE record. The Forum will then report the CIMA CE hours to IMCA International on your behalf so they appear in your MyIMCA record within a further two to three US business days.

  1. The race of our lives revisited (in a nutshell)

    Climate change has moved faster than most thought possible. There will be exciting investment opportunities in companies focused on climate change mitigation and adaptation.

    Jeremy Grantham | 16-05-19 | 1.00 CE | More
  2. Research Review: About active and passive

    A recent paper looks at the impact of passive investing on market stability; a second describes shades of alpha for active and index investing. A third reviews luck and portfolio rebalancing outcomes.

    Ron Bird | 15-05-19 | 1.00 CE | More
  3. Research Review: What we need to know about fund managers

    Most of us use funds in clients' portfolios. Three new research papers look at what differentiates fund managers, highlighting factors we probably never considered important.

    Ron Bird | 08-04-19 | 1.00 CE | More
  4. Research Review: The cost of misbehaviour and passive investing

    Two recent papers provide timely insights on the market impact of behaviour that is detrimental to corporate reputation, and the impact of ever-growing passive investing on behaviour within organisations.

    Ron Bird | 27-02-19 | 1.00 CE | More
  5. Applying language research to real life conversations

    Practitioners need to know what words to use and lose - and be able to apply that knowledge - to improve their conversations with clients about fees, regulations and investment strategies.

    Gary DeMoss | 21-02-19 | 1.50 CE | More
  6. Applying behavioural finance in practice

    Helping clients is about more than just educating them as to the right decision, it's also about helping them to actually take action.

    Michael Kitces | 20-02-19 | 1.50 CE | More
  7. Investing beliefs, biases & behaviours - where to from here?

    This panel, which considered key takeouts from Finology Summit 2019, commenced with an overview of a 2018 global study on how well financial advisers know their clients.

    Expert Panel | 20-02-19 | 0.50 CE | More
  8. The heat is on - where to from here?

    Hamish Douglass, Andrew Canobi, Brett Gillespie, Tim Farrelly, Charles Jamieson, Peter Kim, Stephen Miller, AJ Qualtieri, Randal Jenneke, and Thomas Vester convened to debate their Markets Summit 2019 key takeouts and the portfolio construction implications.

    Expert Panel | 19-02-19 | 1.00 CE | More
  9. Managing currency exposures

    Australian investors have a different perspective on foreign currency to investors elsewhere in the world, and this should be reflected in how local portfolios are built.

    State Street Global Advisors | 01-02-19 | 1.00 CE | More