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17 October 2019
Staff from SANNE’s Jersey, London, Luxembourg and Mauritius offices achieved above average pass rates which have exceeded the ACCA worldwide average.
The summer sitting was taken in April and is part of rigorous external examinations that graduates have to pass in order to qualify as chartered certified accountants.
Successfully qualifying as Chartered Certified Accountants in SANNE’s London office is Elizabeth Pacheco from the Real Estate business, Chris Martin from Private Equity, and Adam Trotter from SANNE’s Private Debt & Capital Market business in Jersey. Success was also achieved in SANNE’s Mauritius business with four further candidates qualifying as Chartered Certified Accountants; Kevin Vijayendra Gooroochurun, Arshaad Muhammad Essoo, Vishyam Balloo and Suhaylah Bibi Nuthoo.
Overall, scoring in the Top 5 within SANNE were Florence Manley (Private Debt & Capital Markets - London), Deepthi Kundeti (Group Finance - Jersey), Daniel Roberts (Executive Incentives - Jersey) and Manisha Dhawotal and Varsha Okil in SANNE’s Mauritius business.
SANNE’s Chief Commercial Officer, Martin Schnaier said about the recent results: “We are thrilled with the results our people attained in the recent ACCA summer examinations. This achievement is a result of their hard work and commitment to their studies. We recognise this continued effort and I am delighted for those who have had success.”
He added: “As a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate administration services, high quality client service is what we pride ourselves in delivering, so seeing our people excel in their studies is really important to how we make the difference as a business”.
This year marks SANNE’s 30th anniversary. Over the years SANNE’s professional graduate training scheme has seen more than 300 graduates and A-Level students study towards their ACCA, ICSA and ICAEW qualifications. With a high success rate, SANNE’s people have consistently achieved higher than average pass rates in recognised industry qualifications.