Local accounting students earn their CA status

To become a CA, students must complete rigorous course work, pass the UFE, and work for 30 months in a CA firm.

Earning their CA status this week from the Institute of the Chartered Accountants of B.C. were 14 Okanagan accounting students.

Passing their UFE (Uniform Evaluation) through the CA School of Business are: Mia Bent (Grant Thornton LLP), Alicia Brown (BDO Canada LLP), Megan Fraser (White Kennedy LLP),  Rebecca Getchey (MacKay LLP), Stuart Grant (BDO Canada LLP), Matthew Gustavson (MNP LLP), Jenica Isman (MNP LLP), Janelle Luini (Grant Thornton LLP), Jennifer Mendes (White Kennedy LLP), Kyle Robinson (KPMG LLP), Nathan Sauer (Adams Heymen Owen), Jason Solnik (Grant Thornton LLP), Candace Surette (MacKay LLP) and Erin Williamson (MNP LLP).

“On behalf of the Institute’s council, I would like to congratulate these students for successfully passing the UFE,” said Gordon Holloway, president of the ICABC.

To become a CA, students must complete rigorous course work, pass the UFE, and work for 30 months in a CA firm.

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