CICBV changes exam/membership requirements

BVWireIssue #120-3
September 26, 2012

During its “state of the union” address at its annual conference in Vancouver, B.C., last week, the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators (CICBV) announced “important changes” to its by-laws concerning new members, reports Megan Kennedy, its communications manager.

Effective September 19, the Membership Entrance Examination (MEE) will be called the Member Qualification Examination (MQE). “After writing the MQE, registered students will have three years to complete the experience requirements and apply for membership,” Kennedy says. “Registered students who have had difficulty completing the experience requirements will benefit, since they will not have to delay writing the final examination until after they’ve completed the experience segment of the qualification process.” A formal announcement will be coming soon; for more information in the interim, contact the Institute:

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