PKF trainees

ACCOUNTANCY and business advisory firm PKF has appointed 11 new staff across the region.The trainees, most of whom are based at Ipswich, with two at Great Yarmouth, will work across various departments at PKF gaining a broad experience in a wide range of financial disciplines before deciding on a specialism after qualifying.

ACCOUNTANCY and business advisory firm PKF has appointed 11 new staff across the region.

The trainees, most of whom are based at Ipswich, with two at Great Yarmouth, will work across various departments at PKF gaining a broad experience in a wide range of financial disciplines before deciding on a specialism after qualifying.

Partner in charge at PKF Ipswich Graham Randall said: “We believe wholeheartedly in encouraging our staff to gain their professional qualifications. Supporting them through their training and after contributes not only to their success but to the future success of us all.”

The new intake is made up of graduates and post- 'A' Level students who will continue their studies while at PKF.


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The graduates will work towards their chartered accountancy exams in three years' time, while the post 'A' Level trainees undertake the Association of Accounting Technicians exams in two years.

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