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December 2011 CPA Licensure Exam in Middle East, Results to 17 New CPAs

Monday, January 16, 2012

Congratulations to 17 new Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) who successfully hurdled the Licensure examination given by the Board of Accountancy in Middle East countries last December 2011.

The Professional Regulation Commission released the results of the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Jeddah & Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and in Doha, Qatar.

Here are the 17 new CPAs:

July 2011 Professional Electronics Engineer Examination Results

1 Arca, Ernesto Jr. Ignacio
2 Balagot, Bernadethe Ng
3 Barrion, Arnold Acosta
4 Biescas, Alan Bonto
5 Carmen, Dante Rosindal
6 Castro, Marc Lester Ricamonte
7 Daria, Reynaldo Teneza
8 Fernandez, Ronalyn Delos Reyes
9 Marteriz, Ronald Ebrada
10 Palisoc, Nerissa Lumagui
11 Pineda, Erwin Diaz
12 Policarpio, Lalaine David
13 Ramilo, Cleto Orzo
14 Rempillo, Sherwin Viray
15 Similatan, Mary Grace Salisad
16 Tolentino, Florangel Acpal
17 Unte, Ashlanie Cosain

Obtaining a license to practice one's profession can help in career advancement like promotion and higher compensation.

By virtue of Executive Order 835, Filipinos currently in the Middle East can obtain their respective professional license without the need to return to the Philippines.

Professional OFWs are encouraged to try passing the licensure exams at least once in their lives.

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