13 members of RSM Tenon staff were successful in the recent JIEB exams. Helen Wheeler-Jones, David Taylor and David Stevenson all from RSM Tenon have won prestigious prizes at the JIEB graduation ceremony held on 15 June.
Helen Wheeler-Jones from the Leicester office was awarded the IPA Prize for first place amongst all students in the UK sitting JIEB, the ICAEW Prize for being the ICAEW member with the highest mark, and the BPP Prize for receiving the highest mark in the personal insolvency paper. Helen is currently on secondment within a major clearing Bank where she is broadening her experience and skill set. On her return to RSM Tenon she will continue to work on restructuring, advisory and insolvency work across the Midlands region.
David Taylor from the Reading office of RSM Tenon came second nationally of IPA members sitting the JIEB exams and is also currently on secondment to a major clearing Bank. On his return to RSM Tenon he will continue to work on restructuring, advisory and insolvency work in the London area.
David Stevenson from the Edinburgh office received the ICAS prize for first place amongst all students sitting the Scottish JIEB papers. David has previously undertaken a secondment to Australia and is scheduled to go on secondment to a clearing Bank later in 2012.
10 other members of the Recovery team all passed JIEB exams, demonstrating great achievement.
Carl Jackson, Head of Recovery at RSM Tenon said “We’re committed to the development of our people and the JIEB exams are an excellent training foundation for our recovery team. The success of Helen Wheeler-Jones, David Taylor and David Stevenson demonstrates the quality of the people in our team”.
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