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Change of occupation ... Which advanced training do CMA or LL.M aspire to?

Hi guys,

Now after 4 years of Big4 (audit and partly consulting) I will switch to the accounting of a Dax group. I will oversee international projects (accounting rollout) there.

I would like to add a little more to my Bachelor and MBA.
Do you think that is necessary and if so, what?
(LL.M or CMA or similar?)

Thanks and Greetings
Peter

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Re: Change of occupation ... What training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

As a bwler an LL.M.? Good luck with that ...

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Re: Change of occupation ... What training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

Yes, there is an extra LL.M with a corresponding focus, etc.

I didn't ask about the feasibility, but about the usefulness :)

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Re: Change of occupation ... What kind of training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

Nope, do not think that you have to saddle something on it.

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Re: Change of occupation ... What training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

why not? I have too ...

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Re: Change of occupation ... What kind of training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

Which LL.M did you do where?

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Re: Change of occupation ... What kind of training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

LL.M? Made my day!

Lounge guest wrote:

Hi guys,

Now after 4 years I will be Big4 (audit and partly
Consulting) switch to accounting in a Dax group. I
I will oversee international projects (accounting rollout) there.

I would like to do something else on my Bachelor and MBA
sit on.
Do you think that is necessary and if so, what?
(LL.M or CMA or similar?)

Thanks and Greetings
Peter

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Re: Change of occupation ... What training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

I have the LL.M. Tax made at the University of Osnabrück, they take about 50% bwler and 50% lawyers

Lounge guest wrote:

Which LL.M did you do where?

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Re: Change of occupation ... What kind of training do CMA or LL.M pursue?

Lounge guest wrote:

Hi guys,

Now after 4 years I will be Big4 (audit and partly
Consulting) switch to accounting in a Dax group. I
I will oversee international projects (accounting rollout) there.

I would like to do something else on my Bachelor and MBA
sit on.
Do you think that is necessary and if so, what?
(LL.M or CMA or similar?)

Thanks and Greetings
Peter

The question is more, do you need the LL.M for your job or not? For me personally, he would not get me any further.

If you work in international accounting, you'd better do the ACCA, CMA, whatever ..

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