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Horwath DSP: Global Achievement in Recent ACCA Exams

Horwath DSP: Global Achievement in Recent ACCA Exams

Constantinos Poupas, Senior Accountant of Horwath DSP, has scored the highest mark in Cyprus and the 3rd position worldwide on the “P6 - Advanced Taxation” paper, of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exam in the December 2017 sitting, scoring an impressive grade of 87%.

Constantinos was competed among 6,812 students from 170 countries worldwide in one of the most demanding exam papers of ACCA.

The management of Horwath DSP wishes to publicly congratulate Constantinos Poupas, and to praise this significant achievement, which comes as a result of hard work and dedication, in combination with a high quality of education. Chrysis Pegasiou, the director of Human Resources, states “We are committed to investing in our people’s success, for their benefit and for that of our business. We strongly believe that skills development, training and providing a pleasant work environment are vital to business growth. If we get this right, our people will flourish, and as a result, our business will thrive too.”

Constantinos says “I consider myself quite lucky as Horwath DSP is very supportive of my studying. In addition to the full sponsorship of professional training programmes which includes tuition and exam fees, study pack cost and subscriptions, the company also offers me paid study leave before my exams which was vital in helping me obtain this grade”.


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