Exam Success at Cowgill Holloway
2nd February 2010
An ongoing commitment to staff training and development at North West leading chartered accountants and business advisers Cowgill Holloway LLP has paid off with 6 members of staff having successfully passed stages of their Chartered Accountancy examinations.
Nick Bolton, Michael Barton, and Sarah Atkins have now completed the ACA Professional Stage examination passing all papers first time and becoming part qualified. While Lucy Finn and Charlotte Heys have more modules to sit before they become part qualified. Their colleague, Georges Daubney, has recently passed his final stage and is now awaiting his ACA qualification at the end of his training contract in September 2010.
John Marshall, partner in charge of graduate recruitment and development, at Cowgill Holloway said: “I would like to congratulate all our successful candidates, their examination success is a reward for their efforts. These results show a true commitment, both to their chosen careers and to their clients, who will now benefit from their additional expertise.”
“Our graduate trainees are very important to the growth of the firm, and we remain confident that our rigorous training programme will help each to gain the knowledge and experience needed to be advisers of the highest quality and the future partners of tomorrow.”
Cowgill Holloway recruits university graduates each autumn to commence a three year training contract for the ACA qualification.
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