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Exam success

28th March 2015

MGI World MGI Worldwide UK & Ireland Area member, chartered accountant firm Rickard Keen logo

Rickard Keen is celebrating after eleven members of staff passed prestigious professional qualifications.

Louise Cusgrove, Craig Ewins-Jones, Stephanie Gover, Brad Hallett, Tamzin James, Danielle Jones, Shaun Labbett, Sean Powell and Sara Rix were among those to pass their exams recently. They are all currently training and studying for their ACA professional stage, which is run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales.

David Tallon was also celebrating having passed his latest exam from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CTA), while Rachel Alabaster, a member of Rickard Keen’s tax team, completed her CTA qualification. 

However, it was Natasha Warren who really took the limelight when she achieved the Jennings Medal for the highest mark in the Business Taxation and Accounting Principles paper during her Association of Tax Technicians (ATT) exams.

Alan Worsdale, Managing Director of Rickard Keen, said: “We are immensely proud of all of our staff who have taken part in exams during the last year. Their dedication to their job and commitment to passing these prestigious exams is a testament to the hard work they carry out on a daily basis. I would like to congratulate all of them on their success and I look forward to seeing them achieve many more great things at Rickard Keen.”

Rickard Keen is committed to providing the highest levels of development and training to its entire staff and prides itself on maintaining a highly-qualified team who are able to deliver a personal and professional service to all of its clients.

In addition, Rowleys would like to say ‘congratulations’ to Cherisse Dalzell from the firm’s accounts team who recently passed her performance management and audit ACCA exams.

Also, Sam Barkshire successfully passed his final ICAEW exam recently. Sam has studied hard since joining Rowleys from university to ensure that he reaches the required standard.