Eleven Abby students become chartered accountants

Students passed the national evaluation exam

Eleven Abbotsford chartered account (CA) students passed the national Uniform Evaluation (UFE).

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC (ICABC) and the CA School of Business (CASB) announced  that a total of 487 B.C. writers successfully completed the exam, which was written over three days in September. The Abby students are: Adam Bausenhaus, Rimple Cheema, Amanda Higo, Jane Jang, Larissa Klassen, Lynsie Kruger, Soleil Laviolette, Torin Nielsen, Tina Poudrier-Beck, Nicholas Takeda, and Andrew Ververgaert.

Takeda joined fifteen other B.C. who students who made the National Honour Roll for his outstanding result on the UFE.

In order to become designated, students must complete rigorous course work, pass the UFE, and work for 30 months in an approved training office. The national UFE ensures all Canadian chartered accountants meet the same high standards, which are recognized nationally and internationally.

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