Young accountant makes it into the top 10 in the world.
LIVERPOOL accountant Daniel Corbett has gained a place in the top 10 globally in the latest Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) case study exams.
The 29-year-old, who live sin Walton with his partner and fouryear-old daughter, is a commercial management accountant for Veolia, managing the accounts for three depots in Widnes, Wirral and Dewsbury.
He was on the Veolia Finance Graduate Scheme, which provided him with the support to complete the CIMA qualification.
Daniel, who studied with BPP in Liverpool, came in the top ten in the world in the CIMA strategic case study exam, and achieving a score of 128 out of 150, beating more than 2,000 other students registered for the exam around the world.
He is originally from Dallam, Warrington and attended Dallam County Primary School, and then afterwards attended Cardinal Newman Catholic High School.
"It was fantastic to be told I had come in the top 10 and made all of the hard work studying worthwhile," he said. "The exam was really tough but I had a lot of support from BPP, my employer Veolia and my girlfriend. I am almost at the end of journey to becoming fully qualified."
Daniel Corbett is in the global top 10