2017 was a year marked by uncertainty. A new President took office in the United States, and corporate tax reform became a hot button topic. Britain triggered Article 50 to formally begin the Brexit process, with companies inside and outside the Eurozone trying to plan for several possible contingencies. And the global economy improved overall, growing at a greater rate than in 2016. While those in some regions of the world saw reasons to be excited, others had cause to be a bit more cautious and guarded.
So how did members of IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) fare during this time? What kind of impact did events large and small have on their jobs and compensation? IMA’s annual salary survey looks to provide answers to that very question, identifying trends in compensation and other job- and career-related factors among the global IMA membership.