Marina Vakanaachieved "First Place and the Plender Prize" in the overall Annual International Order of Merit for the 2012 Professional Stage examinations. This is the second worldwide distinction for Marina, as she has also achieved the “First Place and the Little Prize” in the Taxation paper in September 2012.
Christina Telemachou achieved the "Fourth Place and the Northcott Prize" in the overall Annual International Order of Merit for the 2012 Professional Stage examinations and Nicoletta Neophytou achieved "First Place and the Spicer and Pegler Prize" in Financial Accounting in the overall International Order of Merit for the December 2012 Professional Stage examination.
Evgenios Evgeniou CEO of PwC Cyprus, congratulated the three trainee accountants and noted that “During the current difficult economic conditions and the challenges that we face, the worldwide achievements of the trainee accountants of PwC and other accounting firms, have made us very proud, have given us hope for the future and confirm one of the biggest strengths of our country which is our people. In PwC, we invest in the training and professional development of our people in order to effectively address the increasing needs of both our clients and the market by offering high quality services”.
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