A variety of leading institutions and professionals in business and education partner with IMAA to improve best practices M&A around the globe. We support and cooperate with:
- companies as corporate partners,
- international organizations,
- universities and training providers.
Below we list a selection of organizations that we collaborate with or contributed to with our know how and expertise. We maintain good formal and informal relationships with many other organizations.
We are a business education alliance member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) – a global business education network and association. Many of our academic faculty members teach at AACSB accredited top business schools.
We cooperate with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and offer their certified accountants opportunities for continued education.
We are a member of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) headquartered in Chicago. and are part of their chapter in Austria. ACG is a global community for middle-market M&A deal-makers and business leaders.
We are a member of the German Federal Association for Mergers & Acquisitions and involve some of their board members and corporate members as faculty.
Frequently our trainings get endorsed by various CFA Societies in different countries and are attended by CFA Charterholders for continued education.
We are a member and collaborate with the Association for Post Merger Integration (“Gesellschaft für Post Merger Integration e.V.”) headquartered in Germany. Some of their members are also faculty members at IMAA.
We cooperate with PwC Academy in Sri Lanka and with PwC in many other locations, for example in our IM&A program in Dubai.
We are a member of the Swiss Federation for Adult Learning (SVEB). Their mission is to ensure high quality in continued education. By providing M&A trainings with the highest standards, we believe to make a useful contribution for the advancement of this field.
We have collaborated with the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) and facilitated two workshops on Mergers & Acquisitions for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME) in Korea and Indonesia. We explored with participants from their member countries on how they may benefit and increase productivity by M&A. APO’s mission is to contribute to the sustainable socioeconomic development of Asia and the Pacific through enhancing productivity.