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Siann Huntley, who works for Coventry firm Poppleton & Appleby, has just completed her Joint Insolvency Examination Board exams, which allows her to apply for a licence to take insolvency appointments.
Brain-box Jane Garvin got the highest marks of any lawyer in the UK sitting the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) 2008 examination.
JULIE Beavis, an accountant at Liverpool firm Mitchell Charlesworth, has passed one of the insolvency profession's most prestigious qualifications, the Joint Insolvency Examination Board exam.