Introducing ACCA student blogger Hafeez Adeboye

soramsey —  12 April 2013 — 4 Comments

My name is Hafeez Ademola Adeboye. I am a Nigerian family man, married with two kids.

I presently work with Capital Bancorp Plc. as the head of internal audit department. My work experience spans a period of six years, all in finance and accountancy.

I decided on accountancy while I was in college. Being particularly good with numbers and figures, the profession was close to my heart. But more importantly, the profession teaches financial moderation and cuts across all spheres of life. I decided to study ACCA to gain that cutting edge global advantage. I am currently studying for the exam papers F7, F8 and F9. It is my conviction that ACCA will ultimately help me achieve that international employment status I so much crave.

I currently hold an AAT and ACA qualification, a designation given by ICAN (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria) – RQB in my country – to qualified accounting technicians and accounting professionals respectively.

I want to share my journey and experience through the ACCA Qualification with other students and prospective students, and hope it will serve as a success road map.

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4 responses to Introducing ACCA student blogger Hafeez Adeboye

  1. 

    Thumbs up to you.

    • 
      Hafeez Adeboye 17 April 2013 at 3:13 pm

      Thank you. I look foward to sharing exam experience with you….by the way, will be writting june diet? if so which paper?

  2. 
    Hafeez Adeboye 17 April 2013 at 3:43 pm

    will you be writing june diet?

  3. 

    broda kudos to u… i lov people like u

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