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Bulley Davey's Jake Burton is now a fully ACCA qualified accountant




Having completed his latest Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams, a young accountant from Holbeach has reason to celebrate.

Jake Burton, who works at Bulley Davey’s Holbeach office, has successfully passed all his exams and is now fully qualified. The process involves completing 14 exams during more than three years of study and professional experience.

He joined Bulley Davey in 2013 and will continue to work at the Holbeach office in general accounts taxation and cloud accounting.

Chris McKenna, director at Bulley Davey’s Holbeach office, said: “We want to say a big congratulations to Jake on his achievement.

“The accreditation ensures our accountants meet the highest standards and are able to deliver the highest quality advice and services to all of our clients.

Jake Burton - now a fully-qualified accountant. (7473135)
Jake Burton - now a fully-qualified accountant. (7473135)

"I know that Jake has put in a lot of work over a number of years to get here and we’re excited to see what the future holds for him! He has been a strong member of the team since joining us, fitting perfectly within the Bulley Davey ethos by being friendly and approachable.”

The qualification provides accountants with the skills and knowledge transferable to any business, meaning that they can specialise in and support a various different accountancy areas.

The course is attentive to professional values, ethics and governance – elements vital for an industry moving towards strengthened codes of conduct, regulation and legislation.



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