31 Nova Scotia Candidates Pass the CPA Common Final Examination
The results of the Common Final Examination (CFE) were released today, and CPA Nova Scotia proudly recognizes the success of 31 Nova Scotia candidates.
“It is my pleasure on behalf of CPA Nova Scotia to offer sincere congratulations to those candidates who successfully passed the Common Final Examination. It is a significant achievement, and the technical and professional skills they’ve learned preparing for the exam will help in their careers. We look forward to welcoming them to our membership.” Patricia Towler, President and CEO, CPA Nova Scotia.
The successful candidates from Nova Scotia are:
About the CFE
The three-day Common Final Examination is held simultaneously across Canada. The purpose of the CFE is to measure the proficiency in the technical and enabling competencies of future CPAs, who will be called upon to practice their profession in all sectors of the economy. The examination covers various subjects, including financial reporting, strategy and governance, management accounting, audit and assurance, finance and taxation. CPA Candidates must also complete 30 months of relevant work experience before receiving the CPA designation.
*We respect the privacy of the candidates; therefore, we have only published the names of those who have expressed consent.