Exam Success – World Beating Results!

22nd July 2019

 

We’ve had some extraordinary exam results over the last few days – staff at Whiting & Partners have excelled themselves.

Luke Bacon from St Ives office has achieved an outstanding result of 99% for the Financial Accounting and Reporting exam – coming joint first in the world.  This result has been recognised by the ICAEW and he has been awarded the Spicer and Pegler prize, this will be presented at a ceremony to be held in London in April 2020.  Congratulations Luke, truly outstanding.

Emily Haines from the Bury St Edmunds office has achieved the world beating score of 90% for her ACCA Advanced Tax exam.  What a fantastic result Emily – all that hard work paid off!

Hannah Shales from Wisbech office has more success to celebrate having scored 89% for her ATX exam and 75% for SBR exam.  Well done Hannah, plenty to celebrate – again!

Amelia Hunt also from our St Ives office has passed her ACA exams, scoring 80% for Financial Accounting and 69% for Business Strategy. Many congratulations Amelia.

Bethan Hassey has passed her ACA exams in fine style – 79% for Tax Compliance and 58% for Business Strategy.  Congratulations Bethan on these great results.

We are hugely proud of our award-winning, world-beating, high-scoring, exam success stories!

Congratulations to you all.



 
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