Chartered Students’ Exam Success

Posted on: August 13th, 2014 by RRL-admin No Comments

Alex & Amalia - Robinson Reed LaytonThe firm is celebrating the success of two Chartered Students in passing important exams which will enable them to progress in their careers.

Amalia Chambers and Alex Reed, Chartered Students at Robinson Reed Layton have passed two crucial exams enabling them to move on to their final year of Chartered Accountancy training.

The pair travelled to Plymouth to take the Business Strategy and Business Planning Taxation exams, bringing them one step closer to achieving their goal of becoming Chartered Accountants.

Amalia and Alex will need to pass their final exams before becoming fully qualified Chartered Accountants next summer.

Amalia said: “I am delighted to have progressed to the next stage of my training at Robinson Reed Layton. The Chartered Accountant qualification is prestigious and well respected globally, so I am now focusing on achieving the full qualification next summer.”

Nick Skerratt, Partner at Robinson Reed Layton said: “On behalf of all of the Partners, I would like to say how pleased we are with Amalia and Alex for achieving this next step towards their Chartered Accountancy qualification.  We were not surprised to see both students pass with ease as we know that they are already real assets to the firm and will continue to progress with us once they are fully qualified.”

Robinson Reed Layton has a total of six Chartered Students within the firm, all at different stages within their training, as well as having 15 fully qualified Chartered or Certified Accountants within the firm.

Alex said: “I am so happy to have passed the next stage of my Charted Accountancy training.  I will now be working hard towards the next set of exams in order to achieve my goal of becoming a fully qualified Chartered Accountant at Robinson Reed Layton.  It is fantastic to work within a firm that provides such an excellent range of training opportunities to staff and students alike, encouraging them to progress onward and upward within the firm.”

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