Award-winning South West-based chartered accountancy firm Milsted Langdon is seeing its investment in staff training and development pay off after 11 trainees passed their latest professional exams.
Staff from the firm’s Bristol, Taunton and Yeovil offices sat a range of papers as they pursue qualification with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Four trainees – Alex Nawrat, Amy Cleaveley, Jessica Gascoigne and Sam Phillips, all based at the Taunton office – have now passed their final exams and will qualify as Chartered Certified Accountants once they have completed the required three years in practice.
Meanwhile, Andrew Covey, Joe Brossard, Martin Johnson, Szymon Krzyzanowski and Chris Mainstone, all based at Taunton, have moved at least one paper closer to achieving qualification, as have Libby Crouch at Yeovil and Rachel Taylor at Bristol.
Jonathan Langdon, chairman and founding partner of Milsted Langdon, said: “I would like to congratulate everyone on their success in their professional exams, which is a testament to the hard work each individual has put in.
“We place a great deal of emphasis on staff training and development, viewing it as a valuable investment in the future of our firm, and once again achieving a pass rate of more than 90 per cent shows that this commitment is paying off.”