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ACA Professional Level exam results published

Author: ICAEW

Published: 15 Jul 2022

ICAEW students have today (FRIDAY 15 JULY 2022) received the results of their March 2022 ACA Professional Level exams.

In total, 6,799 students sat exams in June, and achieved the following pass rates:

  • Audit and Assurance: 77.6%
  • Business Planning: Banking: 77.5%
  • Business Planning: Insurance: 82.9%
  • Business Planning: Taxation: 81.8%
  • Business Strategy and Technology: 90.2%
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting (IFRS): 73.9%
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting (UK GAAP): 81.8% 
  • Financial Management: 79.3%
  • Tax Compliance: 77.6%

Eight students sat the June 2022 Level 4 Accounting Technician Apprenticeship end-point assessments. Both components of these assessments, (Role Simulation, and Portfolio & Reflective Statement), had a 100% pass rate.

Hazel Garvey, ICAEW Managing Director for Education and Training, said:

“Congratulations to all our students who passed their Professional Level exams and the Level 4 Accounting Technician end-point assessment in June, and well done to those who received one of our subject orders of merit prizes.

“We wish all ICAEW students every success in their future studies and careers.”

Professional Level, June 2022

Subject Orders of Merit

Business Planning: Banking

Joint first place

  • Matthew Bedford, London (Morgan Stanley & Co International Plc)
  • Harry Tosen, London (Barclays Bank Plc, Graduate Programme Finance)

Business Planning: Insurance

First place

  • Joseph Tombleson, Guildford (Deloitte LLP)

Business Planning: Taxation

First place and the Little prize

  • Alice Weeds, Belper (Cooper Parry LLP)

Audit and Assurance

First place and the Watts prize

  • James Montgomery, Reading (PwC LLP)

Business Strategy and Technology

First place and the Railton prize

  • Louis Cornish, Reading (PwC LLP)

Financial Accounting and Reporting

Joint first place and Spicer and Pegler prize

  • Alexander Attwal, Tunbridge Wells (PwC LLP)
  • Weiting Sun, Birmingham (PwC LLP)

Financial Management

First place and the Howitt prize

  • Samantha Corder, Lancaster (RSM UK Audit LLP)

Tax Compliance

First place and the Knox prize

  • Simon Biasi, London (PKF Littlejohn LLP)