Exam success for six Claritas Tax team members

Claritas Tax, the award-winning independent tax advisory firm based in Birmingham, Manchester, and Nottingham are delighted to announce that six of their graduate trainees have passed their recent professional exams.

We would like to offer massive congratulations to Assistant Managers, Faye Jacklin and Brandon Laroiya-McCarron, for passing their final Chartered Tax Adviser exam. Faye and Brandon are now qualified to be members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, a fantastic achievement.

Huge congratulations also to Senior Associates, Mike Fahy and Roshan Paul, who have passed their first Chartered Tax Adviser exam. As Mike and Roshan are doing the joint Chartered Accountant/ Chartered Tax Adviser qualification, this means that they are now part-qualified, with just the final exams to go.

And last but by no means least, we would also like to celebrate Associates, Michael Bell and Aaron Riley, for passing two of their Chartered Accountancy Professional Level exams.

Iain Wright, Claritas Partner and Founder comments: “These successes are a fantastic achievement. We are lucky to have such hard-working and ambitious employees here at Claritas. These exams are notoriously tough, and it is a credit to their dedication, expanding knowledge, and desire to succeed that they have achieved this result. We are excited for what the future will hold for all of them.”

Matt Hodgson, Claritas Manchester Partner, adds: “I am extremely proud of the exceptional achievements attained by our people to date. This success is a culmination of a lot of hard work, resilience, and commitment from all concerned. Many thanks to our incredible senior team who have gone above and beyond supporting our young people.”

Claritas Tax are hugely proud of the success of their graduates’ journeys from Associates all the way through to Assistant Managers. The professional exams are certainly not easy, and we think it is so important to recognise their achievements, especially whilst working full-time. Well done to all of them!