Sunday, July 12, 2009

ACCA student from Lahore wins international prize

Muhammad Azhar Azim, a student of ACCA from Lahore, Pakistan, is one of the three successful students who have received the Sir David Tweedie Award for 2008. In the prize ceremony held in London - UK this week, Sir David Tweedie in presence of Brendan Murtagh, President ACCA and other dignitaries presented the award to Azhar Azeem and the other two winners, each from Tanzania and the UK. This award is presented to students who score highest mark globally in Paper P2 (Corporate Reporting) of ACCA Qualification.

Mr Arif Masud Mirza, Head of ACCA Pakistan, lauded the achievement of Azhar Azeem as “a reason of pride and inspiration for ACCA Pakistan, and a proof of the commitment and hard work of Azhar Azeem supported by his family and teachers”.