20th August 2013
Graham is AAT achiever
Graham Richardson, head cashier at leading law firm Cartwright King, has passed his Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) exams.
Graham joined Cartwright King in 2007 from Freeth Cartwright. He began studying for his AAT exams on a distance learning course with Kaplan, successfully completing levels 2 and 3 of the qualification. At the beginning of 2012 Graham went on to do level 4 which comprised of 6 units, 5 exams and a computer based project.
Now qualified, 27 year old Graham is applying for full membership which will allow him to use the letters MAAT after his name.
“I’m delighted to have passed these exams. All the hard work has finally paid off and I really appreciate all the help and support that I have received from Cartwright King. I now look forward to studying for further qualifications.”
Cartwright King’s managing director, Rupert Hawke, himself a qualified management accountant said:
“We are very pleased for Graham. He has clearly worked very hard and he has the results to prove it. As a firm we appoint staff who, from the outset, have a professional outlook and a desire to progress in their respective careers and we support them in every way that we can. Ultimately they benefit and so does the firm and our clients.”