Chris with his Certificate of Achievement
he received from Paul Aplin (right)
watched by John Heeney
Hard work was rewarded when the firm's Christopher Driver was presented with a certificate in recognition of passing his professional exams.
President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Paul Aplin, handed the Certificate of Achievement to him in a ceremony at the University of Hull following his final exams last year which qualified him as a chartered accountant.
Christopher was accompanied to the presentation by senior partner John Heeney.
He said: “I'd like to congratulate Christopher on passing his exams.
“The ICAEW presentation is reward for his dedication and diligence.
“Our young people all work incredibly hard to work towards passing their professional exams.
“We are focused on training and developing our staff, which helps in our succession planning.
“This is at all levels, not just in accountancy.
“Our biggest investment is in our team, making it the best it can be and giving our clients a huge amount of confidence in our ability to deliver and maintain a reliable, quality service.”
Chris, who joined RNS in July, 2015, went to Winterton Comprehensive School, followed by Scunthorpe's John Leggott College and graduated from Durham University with an economics degree shortly before joining RNS.
Chris said: “I'm delighted to have passed my exams and would like to thank the partners for their ongoing support.”