Trainee chartered accountant Abigail Wilmore has upped the pace

She has completed six professional stage ICAEW exams in 12 months when most do it over 18 – and she has started running.

Trainee chartered accountant Abigail Wilmore has upped the pace.

She has completed six professional stage ICAEW exams in 12 months when most do it over 18 – and she has started running.

Scunthorpe-born Abigail started with RNS as an 18-year-year-old  in her home town having previously attended Huntcliff Secondary School and John Leggott College, where she achieved A-levels in Maths, Economics and Geology.

She began as an Association of Accounting Technician (AAT) apprentice and qualified in 2015.

She took her six chartered accountancy exams at Kaplan in Hull and now has three advanced level papers left to become fully qualified, something she hopes to achieve this year.

Abigails enjoys being audit based which means she goes out and meets clients across a variety of different industries and sees how they operate.

She lives in the nearby countryside where there are plenty of places to take out her two dogs.

She has recently started running with Scunthorpe and District running club, having done its introductory course in January last year. She is in training for the RNS team entering the North Lincs Half Marathon.

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