Exeter accountant scores high in insolvency exams

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Exeter accountant Luke Venner has passed his Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency, with a mark of 74.5% placing him third of all students who sat the exam in England and Wales. Luke achievement comes barely a year after qualifying as an ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) member.

Lynda Redman, president of ACCA’s South Western members’ network said: “This is an outstanding achievement for Luke, especially considering it comes so soon after qualifying as an ACCA member. He’s shown a real commitment to the profession and his colleagues at Bishop Fleming should be very proud of him.”

Jerry O’Sullivan, Bishop Fleming’s chairman and head of the firm’s Business Recovery and Insolvency team said: “Luke has shown his potential since he joined us in 2005 qualifying first as an accountant before joining the Business Recovery and Insolvency department in 2009 where he has shown a talent for working with our clients. This is a really fantastic achievement by Luke and I have no doubts that he will continue to do well in the future.”

Luke is currently working as a senior administrator in Bishop Fleming’s Business Recovery and Insolvency department covering the Exeter and Torbay offices.

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