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Certified Merger & Acquisition Advisor
also called "CM&AA"

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  1. designation is jointly awarded by the Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisorsand Loyola University Chicago[http

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  2. sba.luc.edu/exec-ed/certcmaa.cfm to professionals that evidence mastery of the M&A body of knowledge and a commitment to staying abreast of new developments in the field of investment banking and mergers and acquisitions

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  3. also recognizes professional achievement and competence, serves as a tool to both attract and serve new clients, provides identification with other professionals in the field and potentially stimulates career advancement

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  4. Unlike business brokerage designations (CBI, AMAA, & ABI) which are issued to individuals primarily involved in selling small, main-street businesses in a process similar to selling residential real estate, CM&AA professionals are accredited experts

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