Exeter AAT branch gains recognition

July 9, 2017 by  

The Exeter office of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has recently won an award.

The office in question was given the prestigious ‘Branch of the Year’ title at the Professional Member Awards of the AAT. Newsletter printing in Exeter can be used to celebrate the achievements of organisations in the city.

Branch chair, Jonathan Kendall told View News:

“The Exeter branch committee works effectively as a team for the success of the branch. We have something for every type of accountant, and we are determined to make 2017 even better by covering a range of relevant topics to attract a wide range of AAT members, while guests are always welcomed.”

The President of the AAT, Nicky Fisher, asserted that competition for the prizes had been intense. As a consequence, the job of the judges had not been straightforward in nature. Branches on the shortlists and those which actually received awards were given praise.

Wayne Cook, the current treasurer at the Exeter branch, is looking to take his work in new directions in the future. Cook, who was a chair of the office in the past, has the intention of refocusing his efforts on start-ups and tax compliance.

In addition, Cook has an interest in preparing firms for the digitalisation of the tax system. All his activities shall be regulated by the AAT.