NEXT GENERATION OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

Nov 8, 2017

Trainee Accountant Charlie Styr is celebrating as he has just completed his three-year chartered accountancy training, and next month will officially become a Chartered Accountant at Afford Bond Nantwich.

Since leaving the University of Edinburgh, Charlie (26) has been working at the Nantwich office under the guidance of Partner Paul Edwards, who has been his mentor throughout.

We take the training and qualification of our younger team members very seriously. Led by Partner and ACA approved trainer Jonathan Curwen, we have developed a structured and innovative programme which ensures each of our new chartered accountants are fully versed in today’s fast paced accountancy legislation and practice. “Usually we seek two or three quality graduates each year, with a 2:1 Degree as a minimum,” said Partner Jonathan Curwen. “Our trainees undergo further training and theory at Kaplan Manchester who are the leading accountancy trainers to the top four practices in the UK.”

Partner Paul Edwards said: “Charlie has demonstrated and applied the theoretical knowledge he gained during University, and now that he has completed our three year ACA programme, we know he can successfully handle a variety of complex situations in a professional environment. We are a great supporter of the next generation of accountants.”

Ambitious Charlie said: “the encouragement and guidance I’ve received at Afford Bond has been excellent. There were one-to-one reviews at each stage of my training and the ACA programme is very structured and well planned.  I’ve really enjoyed working with so many different businesses across a wide range of market sectors, so definitely feel ready for the next step in my career.”

In his spare time, Charlie enjoys playing golf, walking and driving sports cars.

Note – CV’s from interested parties can be posted for the attention of Jonathan Curwen to our Afford Bond, 31 Wellington Road, Nantwich, CW5 7ED.

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