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Accounts make the grade

Two White Rock chartered accountant students – Brett Gloag and Craig Pickerill – were among 427 in B.C. to successfully complete the national Uniform Evaluation exam, officials with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C. and the CA School of Business announced this month.

The exam, written over three days in September, earns the students the official rank of chartered accountant.

It is the final step in a process that includes rigorous course work and 30-months work in a chartered-accountant firm.

The UFE ensures all Canadian chartered accountants meet the same standards, which are recognized nationally and internationally.

Eight B.C. students made the National Honour Roll. For a full listing of successful B.C. students,  visit www.casb.com/index.php?catid=65

 

 

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