Exam Success

Scott-Reichelt

Members of CFAS are committed to undertaking their Loss Adjusting exams, and regularly receive achievement awards. This year Scott Reichelt, of our Singapore Office, was the recipient of the award for the highest mark in the module Business Interruption Loss Adjustment. The message from ANZIFF reads:

“Dear Scott,

To recognise, celebrate and encourage individual student excellence, the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance presents annual Academic Achievement Awards to students enrolled in award qualifications in Australia, New Zealand and overseas.

I am pleased to advise you that you have been awarded an Academic Achievement Award for achieving the highest mark in the module LA507 Business Interruption Loss Adjustment. Please accept my sincerest congratulations. Academic excellence is the result of hard work and a strong and unwavering commitment to your studies. This award is a result of that work.

ANZIIF remains committed to providing relevant, high quality educational qualifications and continuing professional development programs for the industry. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing to study with us.

Again, congratulations on your outstanding achievement.”

 Scott is also the recipient of the Syd McDonald Young Adjuster Prize for 2014.

The message from the board of AICLA reads”

“On behalf of the President and Board of AICLA please accept my congratulations on winning the Syd McDonald Young Adjuster Prize for 2014.

The Syd McDonald Young Adjuster prize has been awarded to you for your achievement in obtaining the highest mark in the ANZIFF Diploma of Loss Adjusting by a member aged 35 years and younger.  By way of background Syd McDonald passed away in 2005 and was a leading figure in the loss adjusting profession and keen mentor to many young loss adjusters.”

We are proud of Scott’s achievements.

 

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