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St Asaph accountant on course to become one of the youngest chartered accountants in North Wales

Press Release – Thursday 24th June 2010 SALISBURY and Company accountant Kelly Evans is well on her way to becoming one of the youngest chartered accountants in North Wales following several exam successes. Kelly, who turned 23 last week, has passed the 12 professional stage exams of the ACA, the internationally-recognised qualification of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). She’s expected to complete the two exams and case study of the advanced stage by the end of the year, and will become one of the region’s youngest chartered accountants if she passes. Kelly, from Abergele, has studied accountancy from A-Level through the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) exams and enjoys her work at Salisbury and Co, which supports her learning through a training contract. She said: “I get the best of both worlds because the firm supports me to study for the qualifications, and I gain the work experience on many different aspects of accountancy at the same time. “I like working at Salisburys because they are a good bunch of people with some great personalities – not what people tend to think of when they think of accountants! “I enjoy helping different companies, and doing a variety of work such as preparing accounts and auditing. “The training and studying is hard work, but it will all be worth it the day I qualify. I hear the money is ok too!” Salisbury and Co based in St Asaph works alongside businesses seeking to grow and improve their operations, as well as those looking to be assured that their financial affairs are in good order. Ends...