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The CIPFA Scotland Branch held the first CIPFA Scotland virtual Graduation and Prize Giving on the 11th December 2020.
The CIPFA Scottish Branch would like to offer our congratulations to the 2020 graduates on there achievements in becoming a full CIPFA member, and we look forward to meeting you in person at future CIPFA events. This years graduates are as follows:
Thomas Alder, Dumfries and Galloway Council
Eve Bain, NHS Grampian
Alison Black, Aberdeenshire Council
Katie Feechan, Fife Council
Ross Fraser, Dumfries and Galloway Council
Helen Guthrie, Fife Council
Abbie MacAlister, Argyll and Bute Council
Robert Macaskill, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar
Emma Mihulka, Scottish Borders Council
Linda Taylor, Argyll and Bute Council
Steven Whyte, Dumfries and Galloway Council
The CIPFA Scotland Prize winners for 2020 were announced at the virtual graduation and prize giving held on the 11th December 2020.
The branch would like to congratulate all the prizewinners. This years prize winners were announced as follows:
Audit and Assurance – Joan Smart
Financial Accounting – Martin Smith
Financial Reporting – Martin Smith
Management Accounting – Martin Smith
Business Change Management – Lewis Ramos-Shearman
Financial Management – Sharon MacKinnon
Governance & Law – Emilia Kopanicka
Public Sector Financial Reporting – Emilia Kopanicka
Strategy and Policy – Anthony Fullerton
Taxation – Tracey Hutchison
Strategic Case Study – Lewis Cumming
Strategic Public Finance – Eleonora Clemente
Audit Scotland Prize
presented to the top student in Scotland in the Audit and Assurance examination.
Joan Smart, Scottish Borders Council
Archie Gillespie Memorial Prize
presented to the top student in local government in Scotland in the final examination.
Fraser Dick, Scottish Government
D R Bishop Prize
presented to the top Scottish student overall in the final examination, across all sectors.
Eleonora Clemente, NHS Lothian
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