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Three young finance professionals at a local accountancy firm are moving up the career ladder after passing the final stage of their accounting qualification. Emma Rowlinson, Robert Clarke and Adam Roberts, who work at Kendal-based Moore and Smalley Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, have all gained the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) Level 4 qualification.
The qualification covers higher level accounting tasks, including drafting financial statements, managing budgets and evaluating financial performance.
The trio, who work as part of the firm’s corporate and business services teams, will now go on to further study while working with Moore and Smalley, developing their careers by specialising in a more specific area of accounting.
Michael Proudfoot, partner at Moore and Smalley, based at Murley Moss Business Village, said: “We are committed to developing our people and it’s great to see the next generation of talent coming through at the firm. By gaining these qualifications, Emma, Robert and Adam have gained the skills necessary to help Moore and Smalley continue to offer better financial planning and advice to our clients.”
Emma, a former Settlebeck High School pupil, and Adam, a former pupil at Kirkbie Kendal School, will now study to become Chartered Certified Accountants, while Robert, a former pupil at Cartmel Priory School, will go on to study for the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) tax qualification.