The Partners are delighted to announce that Chartered Student, Emma Down has passed the Advanced Stage of her ICAEW examinations and is now one step away to achieving her goal of becoming a qualified Chartered Accountant.
Emma said: “I am delighted to have passed the final stage of my Chartered Accountancy qualification. I would like to thank the team at Robinson Reed Layton for providing such an excellent range of training opportunities for staff and students alike, as well as providing valuable help and support for individuals to progress onward and upward within the firm.”
Emma can soon apply to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to become a member.
Stephen Gainey, Training Partner at Robinson Reed Layton said: “On behalf of all of the Partners, I would like to say how pleased we are with Emma for achieving this final step towards her Chartered Accountancy qualification. Emma passed each of her exams first time throughout her training, proving to us that she is already a real asset to the firm and we know she will continue to progress with us once she is fully qualified.”
Emma continued: “The Chartered Accountant qualification, awarded by the ICAEW, is a well-respected qualification globally so I will certainly be counting down the days until I become a member. It will be a true reward to become a fully qualified Chartered Accountant for Robinson Reed Layton.”
Robinson Reed Layton has a total of seven Chartered Students within the firm, all at different stages within their training, as well as having 14 fully qualified Chartered or Certified Accountants.
For more information about becoming a Chartered Student at Robinson Reed Layton or for more information on any of the services provided please contact 01872 276116.