Local accounting students honoured

Five Vernon certified management accountant (CMA) and chartered accountant (CA) students graduated

Some Vernon students have been recognized among several hundred for their accounting achievements.

Five Vernon certified management accountant (CMA) and chartered accountant (CA) students graduated from their respective professional accounting programs at the Chartered Professional Accountants of B.C.’s CPA ceremony Oct. 10.

The CMA students are: Christopher Mihalcheon, Kyle Sakakibara, and Amy Vienneau.

The CA students are: Cyrus Tabar and Anna Tenetko-Moore.

Students recognized at the convocation ceremony have either become designated members of CPABC this year or will be eligible for membership by the end of 2016.

“We welcome the newest chartered professional accountants to the profession. The CPA designation will open the door to many exciting opportunities throughout your career,” said Olin Anton, CPABC chairperson.

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