Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of Ontario

Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of Ontario

December 03, 2010 13:15 ET

Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of Ontario: Two Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry Students Looking Forward to Exciting CA Careers

Pass One of World's Most Challenging Professional Entry Exams

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 3, 2010) - According to just-released results, Michael Elshof, of Finch, and Morrisburg resident Adam Keller have passed this year's Canada-wide Uniform Evaluation (UFE), recognized as one of the world's most challenging professional entry examinations. Upon completion of their 30-month experience requirement, both will have earned the right to call themselves Chartered Accountants and add the letters CA to their names.

The UFE, written in September, is a national three-day evaluation that assesses competencies including essential knowledge, professional judgment, ethics and the ability to communicate. The UFE is an important component of the CA qualification program, which includes prescribed education, practical experience and examination requirements. Only those who complete this entire program successfully are entitled to use the internationally recognized designation of Chartered Accountant, a profession known for superior financial expertise, strategic thinking, business insight and leadership.

In total, Ontario had 1,172 of the country's 3,046 successful UFE writers and captured 18 of 50 National Honour roll spots. Vicky Au of Markham captured the Canada Gold Medal as the top writer of the Uniform Evaluation in the country.

The following Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry District CA students successfully wrote the exam and, u:

"Congratulations to all of the successful Ontario candidates," said Rod Barr, FCA, President and CEO, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. "Qualifying to become a CA is a very challenging process and the resulting career is rich in rewards and opportunities. I am confident that all of the students will make great contributions in their future careers and will uphold the high standards of the CA profession."

About the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario:

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario is the qualifying and regulatory body of Ontario's 34,000 Chartered Accountants and 5,000 CA students. Since 1879, the Institute has protected the public interest through the CA profession's internationally recognized standards of qualification and the enforcement of its rules of professional conduct. Chartered Accountants are the professionals Canada's business leaders trust to help make the financial, strategic and leadership decisions that matter. The Institute's website is: www.icao.on.ca and the student website is www.guidetorulingtheworld.ca.

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