Two of the team at Robinson Reed Layton (RRL) have passed their final chartered accountancy exams, becoming members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
Amalia Chambers and Alex Reed are both chartered students with Truro-based Robinson Reed Layton, and have been training for the qualifications for the last three years.
The qualifications and forthcoming membership of the ICAEW will mean they are now officially classed as chartered accountants.
Robinson Reed Layton partner, Nick Skerratt, said: “Amalia and Alex are already real assets to the firm, so we are thrilled to see them achieving their chartered accountancy qualification. We are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for both of them.”