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Student success celebrated

The LSCA has revealed who the best performing students in the London region were in this year’s round of professional examinations.

July 2018

Every year, the London Society of Chartered Accountants celebrates the success of accountancy students in the capital, and this year proved no exception, with some outstanding performances by candidates from large, medium and small practices as well as from business, charities and the public sector.

Among those who were awarded prizes are:

  • Mihir Patel (PwC) – leading overall candidate for Advanced and Professional stage examinations
  • George Tenquist (Arnold Hill) – Chris Reay Memorial Prize for highest placed Professional stage candidate in a firm of six partners or fewer
  • Rachel Challis (Sayer Vincent) – Central London Small Practitioners’ Group Prize for the highest placed Advanced stage candidate in a firm of six partners or fewer

The LSCA congratulates these candidates and all those who were successful in the Professional and Advanced stage examinations, and looks forward to welcoming them to the society.

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