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PwC Cyprus hosts ACA ceremony to recognise trainees' academic excellence

PwC Cyprus recently hosted an ACA Award Ceremony at its Experience Center, in recognition of the academic achievements of two ACA trainees, Avra Constantinidou and Calise Bahou, for their excellent performance in the ACA July 2023 exams.

The ceremony welcomed Mrs. Christiana Diola, Director of Europe and the European Region for ICAEW, along with Giorgos Economides and Anna Maria Piperidou, Student Engagement & Stakeholder Executives for Europe and the European Region. Philippos Soseilos, CEO of PwC Cyprus and Anna Loizou, Chief People Officer, attended the event that was held in PwC’s premises, showing their support to the next generation of accounting professionals.

Avra Constantinidou, achieved a notable 91% in the Advanced Level examination in Corporate Reporting, and Calise Bahou, excelled with 98% in the ACA Certificate Level examination in Management Information. These scores are a testament to their hard work and commitment to their professional development.

Philippos Soseilos, the CEO of PwC Cyprus, said, "We are proud to celebrate the achievements of Avra and Calise. Their success in the ACA exams reflects their dedication and our collective commitment to nurturing talent. These accomplishments underscore the importance of providing a supportive and engaging learning environment for our trainees. This ceremony is not only about recognizing individual achievements, but also about highlighting the collective effort of our instructors, mentors and trainees in striving for academic and professional excellence.”

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