Congratulations to all those successful in the May 2012 CTA and ATT exams, the results of which were announced this week.
The Institute President, Patrick Stevens, commenting on the CTA results said:
"I would like to offer my congratulations to all 889 of the candidates who have made progress towards becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser as a result of passing one or more papers at the May 2012 examination. 253 candidates have now successfully completed all of the CTA examination and we very much look forward to them becoming members of the Institute in the very near future."
Full details of prizes and results can be viewed via this link.
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is the CIOT’s sister body and is the oldest and largest body concerned solely with tax compliance. 859 candidates took the ATT exam on 1 and 2 May 2012.
The Association President, Stuart McKinnon, commenting upon the results said:
“It gives me great pleasure to congratulate the successful candidates from the May sitting of our exams. In total 1,326 papers were sat and 1,015 passes achieved in one or more of our six papers with 73 distinctions awarded for exceptional performance.
“Our modular system allows candidates to study at their own pace. Whether they are working towards full membership by sitting the two compulsory and one optional paper together with our two E-Assessments or whether they simply wish to obtain one or more Certificates of Competency in their specialist areas the flexibility has proved very popular.
“As a result of the examinations 77 candidates have now completed the examination requirements for membership and I look forward to meeting as many as possible at our popular admission ceremonies held at the House of Lords.”
Full details of prizes and results can be viewed at the Association's website via this link.
CIOT External Relations Manager
Friday 20 July 2012