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Accountants, business and financial advisers Kreston Reeves has today announced that it has appointed 34 new trainees and students across its offices in London, Kent and Sussex.
The new intake of trainee accountants and financial advisers includes a mix of GCSE and A-level students, graduates, those on industrial placements, and part-qualified students completing their training, all of whom will all benefit from the firm’s award-winning training programme.
The students will be studying under Kreston Reeves' apprenticeship scheme for a range of training programmes including ICAEW Chartered Accountant qualification (ACA), Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT), Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), and Certificate in Finance and Business (CFAB) qualifications.
Seventeen students will be based in the firm’s offices in Kent, nine in Sussex and the remaining eight in Kreston Reeves’ London office.
This year’s student intake follows the firm being short-listed at the In-house Recruitment Awards in the Newcomer (Team Award) and Recruitment Team (Financial and Professional Services) categories, and in ‘Investing in People’ award at the annual Accounting Excellence Awards.
Richard Heasman, Human Resources Partner and Head of Forensic Accounting at Kreston Reeves said: “Kreston Reeves has a best-in-class recruitment and training programme with competition for spaces tough. Our congratulations and a very warm welcome go to this year’s 27 trainees. The addition of such a large pool of fresh talent and perspectives makes the firm well equipped to continue to grow and develop, and provide the highest quality client service to its clients across the region.”