We are pleased to announce the results and prizes for the June 2010 ADIT exams. Please click on the attached document for further information. The Prizes awarded are as follows:
The Heather Self Medal for the highest marks in Paper I – Principles of International Taxation
The medal has been awarded to Sushma Gupta of Redhill who is employed by Deloitte LLP in London.
The International Fiscal Association Prize for the highest marks in Paper II – Advanced International Taxation
The prize has been awarded to Amanda Sarah North of London where she is employed by Deloitte LLP who sat Paper IIA (United Kingdom option).
The Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers Medal for the highest marks in Paper III – Principles of Corporate and International Taxation
The medal has been awarded to Suzanne Gillian Ross of Belfast, Northern Ireland, where she is employed by BDO Stoy Hayward, who sat Paper IIIB (EC option).
Distinctions were awarded to:
Yeuk Loi Yim of Hong Kong who is employed by Omnicom Asia Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong
Robert William Beattie of Glasgow who is employed by H M Revenue & Customs in Glasgow, UK
Claire Nicola Cook of Horsham who is employed by Baker Tilly in Crawley, UK
Amanda Sarah North, UK, winner of the International Fiscal Association Prize
Michael William Shaw of Lougborough, UK who is employed by H M Revenue & Customs Large Business Service in Nottingham for excellence in three examination papers.