Chartered Cost Accountant

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Chartered Cost Accountant (CCA) is a cost accounting or cost control professional designation offered by the American Academy of Financial Management. The CCA is a Graduate Post Nominal (GPN) that is only available for accountants with an accredited degree, MBA, CPA, Chartered Accountant License, law degree, PhD or specialized executive training.

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