Student recognized by CGA-Canada

Surrey's Irina Razoumova and 13 other students from across the country have been recognized by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) for outstanding academic achievement in the CGA program of professional studies.

Razoumova has been awarded both a CGA-Canada Award of Excellence and is a Top Ten Recognition Awards.

She is also the recipient of this years’ ENCON Group Inc. Insurance Public Practice Award, worth $5,000, having achieved the highest average mark in the public practice career option.

Additionally, she has captured the Porter Hétu International Award, worth $1,500, for attaining the highest final course mark in Auditing 2 and achieving a standing of honours in the Professional Applications examinations.

“I am absolutely delighted to congratulate this year’s top academic performers," said Anthony Ariganello, president and CEO of CGA-Canada. "The CGA program is rigorous and tests our student’s skills, competencies and knowledge. To rank among the brightest students in Canada is an amazing accomplishment.”

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