DC CPA student excels in national exam

The Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) would like to congratulate Dawson Creek’s Dongho Shin for passing the multi-day national Common Final Examination (CFE) written in September 2019. The exam was administered by CPAWSB.

“Congratulations to Dongho for successfully passing the CFE,” said Ben Sander, FCPA, FCA, chair of CPABC.

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“On behalf of the CPABC Board of Directors and CPABC, I welcome him to the ranks of B.C.’s chartered professional accountants and wish him all the best as he moves forward in his career.”

In order to become designated, students must complete rigorous course work, pass the CFE, and fulfill relevant practical experience requirements. The national CFE ensures all Canadian chartered professional accountants meet the same high standards, which are recognized nationally and internationally.

“On behalf of everyone at the CPA Western School of Business, I extend my congratulations to the 1,002 candidates from British Columbia who passed the 2019 CFE,” said Steve Vieweg, FCPA, FCMA, CEO of the CPA Western School of Business.

“They have developed and demonstrated technical and professional skills they will take with them into the next stage of their careers and beyond and I wish them the very best.”

CPAWSB delivers the nationally-developed CPA professional education program in Canada’s western region. Throughout the program, CPA candidates develop the competencies expected of professional accountants, developing technical skills and enabling competencies as they grow in professionalism and leadership.


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