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Magnificent seven make the grade at accounting offices

Mark Hildred, managing partner of Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants.

Mark Hildred, managing partner of Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants.

Trainees at Moore Thompson Chartered Accountants are joining A-level and GCSE students across South Holland, Bourne and the Deepings in celebrating exam success.

Seven trainees from the firm’s three offices in Market Deeping, Spalding and Wisbech made the grade in audit, accounts and taxation exams set by two professional bodies for the industry.

Jodie North, based at Moore Thompson in Market Deeping, passed two exams set by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), along with Michelle Louth and Michael Sellars from the firm’s Spalding office.

Another Moore Thompson trainee based in Spalding, Ainsley Johnson, passed one ACCA exam, while Charlotte Lay from the firm’s Wisbech office passed two exams set by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

Laura Grimer from the Spalding office qualified fully with the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) and another Spalding-based trainee, Katie Hewlett passed the ATT’s business taxation and accounting principles exam.

Moore Thompson training partner Craig Reid said: “All our trainees have worked tremendously hard and deserve a lot of praise for their achievements.”

The exam successes come as Moore Thompson was ranked among the top 100 accountancy firms in the UK by the website Accountancy Age.

Managing partner Mark Hildred said: “We are delighted to retain our position in the rankings and even more pleased to improve our ranking by eight places from 93 in 2013 to 85 this year.

“It reflects our team’s hard work and commitment to delivering excellent customer service in every aspect of our work. “Having become a regular fixture in the top 100 over recent years, we look forward to continuing to improve our ranking by further developing the firm and our services to meet client needs.”

 

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