The Chartered Institute of Taxation, United Kingdom, on the 18th October 2018, honored Fred Kwashie Awuttey with a distinction in Advanced International Taxation ( ADIT) in a admission ceremony for newly qualified International Tax Advisors following a successful completion of the professional qualification in Advanced Diploma in International Taxation ( ADIT).
Mr Awuttey was among 12 people across the world awarded with the distinction. The ceremony was held in Drapers Hall Throgmorton Avenue, London. In all there were 139 students who successfully qualified for the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation in the exam conducted in 50 countries across the world at the June 2018 sittings.
Mr Ray McCann, the president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation UK remarked:
“I am delighted at the continued achievement of ADIT students across the world, and offer the fullest congratulations on behalf of the CIOT to those who completed ADIT or passed exams in June”
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is the principal body in the United Kingdom concerned solely with Taxation and a leading professional body in the UK for advisers dealing with all aspects of taxation. As a not-for-profit organization there primary purpose is to promote education in taxation with a key aim of achieving a more efficient and less complex tax system for all
ADIT, International Tax Program designed by Chartered Institute of Taxation UK, is the international tax credential and is an advanced level designation in cross-border tax. Designed by a board of world-leading experts, it has been created to provide the robust foundation in international tax that today’s professional needs to stand out from the crowd.
Mr Awuttey is also Chartered Tax Practitioner with Chartered Institute of Taxation, Ghana ( CITG). Having worked for EM Tax Advisor as a Tax consultant the firm acknowledged and congratulated Mr Awuttey for this enviable achievement which goes to add to his in-depth experience and knowledge in the field of Taxation.