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ACA Student Impresses By Scoring 100% in September Exam

ACA Student Impresses By Scoring 100% in September Exam

ICAEW student, Thomas Thoma, has impressed by achieving top marks in his Financial Accounting and Reporting exam.

A total of 4,230 students sat the September 2018 session, with the top pass rates being scored in Business Strategy and Technology (90.9%), closely followed by Audit and Assurance (87.2%) and Financial Accounting and Reporting (82.6%).

Commenting on Thoma’s achievement, Micahel Izza, ICAEW Chief Executive, said: “Our ACA students continue to produce excellent results year on year, positioning themselves as the best candidates for the next generation of business leaders.

“ICAEW take pride in the ACA exams being considered one of the most prestigious of chartered accountant qualifications and is among the most advanced learning and professional development programmes available.

“I would like to offer my congratulations to Thomas Thoma, training at PwC Cyprus. Passing the ACA exams and qualifying as an ICAEW Chartered Accountant is an incredible achievement, so to score 100% is very impressive. I’m sure you have a very bright future ahead of you and I wish you the best of luck with the rest of your studies.”

Evgenios Evgeniou, PwC CEO, also congratulated Thomas Thoma on his outstanding results and added: “We are proud of the awards and continuous achievements of our people that confirm the high quality of training we provide. Investing and believing in the human talent of the organisation as well as attracting talented people is our priority. At PwC, we support our people in every way so as to make the most of their unlimited potential”.


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