September 2022 CFE Results
Congratulations to all 544 successful Alberta-based writers of the September 2022 Common Final Examination (CFE)!
Click here to view a pdf listing this year's successful writers.
Click below to view a video listing this year’s successful writers.
Congratulations from CPA Alberta
On behalf of the CPA Alberta Board and the more than 30,000 Alberta CPAs, congratulations on passing the September writing of the Common Final Examination (CFE). This is a significant accomplishment! The entire profession is proud of you!
You have taken this key step towards earning the CPA designation, and, with that, a first-class ticket to a successful, rewarding career. The solid foundation of knowledge and skills that you have built will open many doors for you on your journey as a professional accountant. I have experienced this throughout the course of my career, and I am certain that you will, too.
Through your hard work and commitment, you can check this important goal off of your list. Take the time today to revel in your achievement and enjoy the many words of congratulations that are sure to come your way.
We look forward to celebrating your success at the upcoming CFE Celebrations and Convocation events! I hope to have the chance to meet you and applaud your achievement in person.
Congratulations again on reaching this milestone in your career!
Damian Zapisocky CPA, CA, MBA, CIA, ICD.D
CPA Alberta Board Chair
CFE National Honour Roll
Congratulations to the following four Alberta-based writers whose exceptional performance on the CFE placed them on the National Honour Roll.
“I cannot express the immense feeling of relief and elation at the news that I had passed the CFE, as well as the great sense of pride and achievement for making the National Honour Roll. I would like to thank a few individuals that helped me reach this significant milestone, starting with Robert Schulz and Phil Davidson who helped me learn to approach business cases and problems with an open mindset. I would like to thank Wayne Irvine for all of the support and education during my last few years of university. I also need to mention my CFE mentor, Adnan Fidai for helping me through the CFE process, giving me the confidence I needed for the exam. Finally, I would like to thank KPMG for all of the support that afforded me the opportunity to perform at my best and make the National Honour Roll.”
Senior Associate, Assurance
“I have no words for how honoured I am to have been named to the National Honour Roll. It took years of hard work to get here and I am so grateful that my effort has culminated in this achievement. There are many people whose kind words, advice, and encouragement made all the difference in this journey. Thank you to my family, friends, coworkers, and CFE mentor for all your support—I truly couldn’t have done this without you.”
“After the initial shock of hearing that I had been named to the National Honour Roll subsided, I was filled with a sense of relief that I had passed and gratitude for all those who had supported me on my CFE journey. Passing this exam is a significant milestone on the path to becoming a CPA and I'm so proud of myself and all of the successful 2022 CFE writers for our hard work and perseverance!
This accomplishment could not have been possible without the support and guidance of my family, friends, professors, and colleagues. Thank you all for your encouragement and advice!”
Senior Associate, Assurance
RSM Alberta, Edmonton
“[When I got the news] I was overwhelmed with emotion. Studying for the CFE is such a mental game, I was so focused on just passing the exam, let alone scoring high enough to be on the National Honour Roll. Now that I’ve processed it, I am so unbelievably thrilled!
I am so grateful to have such a supportive husband and family who have helped me get through all the mental blockades during PEP and CFE prep. I also want to send out a huge thank you to all my mentors at RSM who guided me throughout my studying journey.”
Congratulations from CPA Western School of Business
By passing the Common Final Examination and completing the CPA Professional Education Program, you have reached significant accomplishments on your way to becoming a CPA. On behalf of everyone at the CPA Western School of Business, I extend warm congratulations to you for reaching this milestone. You’ve earned the recognition and congratulations you will receive in the coming days.
If it hasn’t happened already, your attention will shortly turn towards completing your term of practical experience and applying for membership with a provincial CPA body so you can add the CPA designation to your name. CPAWSB and provincial staff are available to help you should you need any assistance as you move from being a candidate to a member.
Please consider contributing to the education of students and candidates who seek to follow in your footsteps. Hundreds of dedicated people make the CPA certification program possible, including facilitators and session leaders, CPAWSB and provincial staff, and others who develop and deliver CPA education across Canada.
You will hear from us soon with opportunities to get involved, and we sincerely hope you think about being a part of the team that helps to deliver the education you have just finished.
First, however, this is your moment. Take the time to celebrate your accomplishments.
Yuen Ip CPA, CMA
CEO, CPA Western School of Business
CPA Alberta CFE Celebrations
CPA Alberta will be holding in-person events on November 25 in Edmonton (during mid-day, starting at 11:00 a.m.) and November 30 in Calgary (after work, starting at 4:30 p.m.) to celebrate the successful writers of the May and September 2022 CFEs. The events are free for successful writers and no advanced registration is necessary. Colleagues, friends, and other supporters are welcome to celebrate with successful writers for $25 (not including tax) per person—food and a beverage are included! Registration for guests can be done at the door via their mobile device.
For more details, click here.
CPA Alberta Convocations
CPA Alberta Convocation events consist of two distinct activities: the Convocation Ceremony and the Convocation Dinner & Dance. These events are taking place in Calgary January 19 – 21 and in Edmonton February 2 – 4. The events will celebrate the successful writers of the May and September 2022 Common Final Examinations.
For more details, click here.