Joanna Scott and Beth Rogerson commended by the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants, for their outstanding ACA performance
The Northern Society of Chartered Accountants has awarded Joanna Scott the Northern Society Order of Merit – Professional stage, for this year’s cohort of students taking the ACA Professional Stage in the journey to obtain full Chartered Accountant status.
In addition, Beth Rogerson has been nominated for the Presidents Award – Professional Stage 2015, as one of the top performing students in the group.
Joanna will receive her award at the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants annual dinner on 16th October. Beth will find out a few days before the annual dinner whether or not she has won an award for her outstanding exam results.
Stuart Farrer, Partner at Saint & Co commented: “We are bursting with pride that Joanna and Beth have had their hard work and commitment recognised by the Northern Society of Chartered Accountants. Becoming a Chartered Accountant is a long journey. Joanna and Beth are now ready to face the final hurdle at Advanced Level to gain full chartered status.”
Rob Tindle of the Northern Society of Chartered Accounts commented: “We are pleased to continue to recognise the success of our top performing accountancy students in the north east, Teesside, northern Yorkshire and Cumbria. Our new awards will be in recognition of some of the toughest professional exams anywhere, and welcoming another crop of excellent young members to our Profession.
Joanna, and hopefully Beth, will receive their recognition a the Northern Society Business and Awards Dinner, which takes place on 16th October 2015 at the Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Keynote speakers at the event will be ICAEW President Andrew Ratcliffe and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE.
Saint & Co offers accountancy, tax and business advice to local companies since 1884. The firm has offices throughout Cumbria and Dumfries & Galloway.