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Cowgill Holloway Celebrate 100% Exam Success

22nd July 2009

Eight students from North West leading chartered accountants and business advisers, Cowgill Holloway LLP, are celebrating after passing their exams.

Nick Bolton, Michael Barton, Lucy Finn, Sarah Atkins, Charlotte Heys, Susan Sutton and Georges Daubney all passed various modules of ACA Professional Stage examinations while Jenny Mathias who is studying to become a Chartered Tax Adviser has passed two modules of her Association of Taxation Technicians exams. This represented a 100% pass rate in all the examinations taken.

John Marshall, partner in charge of graduate recruitment and development, at Cowgill Holloway said: “Cowgill Holloway places a great deal of emphasis on the professional development of our talented team. It is important that our clients are provided with a high quality service and for this to be possible we must ensure our trainees have access to the training they require to progress and obtain their professional qualifications.

“We are all delighted with the eight team members passing all the examinations sat, this is an excellent result. They have all worked extremely hard and deserve the recognition for the commitment and dedication that they have shown in passing these difficult exams.

“All our members of staff play a vital role in helping us progress and develop in order for us to continually provide the best possible service to our clients.”

Cowgill Holloway is currently completing its autumn 2009 graduate intake as part of the firm’s ongoing development to provide the best qualified professionals. The firm has recently won a succession of corporate finance awards along with the North West Young Accountant of the Year accolade. The firm is currently ranked 13th in North West Business Insider’s league table of accountancy firms and 10th by Crain’s Manchester Business.


The information was correct at time of publishing but may now be out of date.

Posted by Cowgills
22nd July, 2009
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