Exam Success By Felix

    Daniel McAllister
    26th April 2013
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    We are pleased to report the success of Felix Lee who has passed the professional stage exams of the ACA qualification with ICAEW.

    After previously obtaining the AAT qualification and studying hard for several months, Felix passed his final exam of the professional stage and will now proceed to study the advanced stage which when passed will gain him his full ACA.

    As an authorised employer and training firm with ICAEW Simpson Wood are extremely pleased with the progress Felix has made.

    Felix joined the firm in July 2009 and works in our Business Services Group serving the firm’s business clients.

    Congratulations Felix!

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