We are delighted to announce that two of our dedicated trainee accountants, Alex Lipman and Anthony Palazzo, have completed the ACA Advanced Level and are now exam qualified.
Alex and Anthony have both worked extremely hard to complete the prestigious ACA qualification, which is accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), and recognised around the world as one of the leading set of professional exams.
The final Advanced Level exams are a tough fully open book test, which simulate a realistic scenario where all the resources are at the candidate’s fingertips.
Alongside these tests, Alex and Anthony have had to complete three years of technical work experience in order to qualify.
Wilson Wright Partner, Jamie Grossman said: “We are extremely proud of both Alex and
Anthony and what they have achieved. The ACA is considered one of the world’s most prestigious and toughest qualifications to complete, so they should both feel immensely proud.
“We hope that they have a long career in accountancy with us in the years ahead and I would like to wish them the best of luck as they continue their work with the firm.”
Wilson Wright has also had the pleasure of congratulating Victoria Sanderson and Jodie Wong who have both passed their Corporate Reporting exam. Victoria also recently passed the Strategic Business Management module of her ACA qualification.
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