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The exams were held from 17 September – 4 October 2019 at the usual centres with the following results
  • Pass list published: 19 December 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 19 December 2019
Subject
Subject SA1 Subject SA3 Subject SA7
Subject SA2 Subject SA4  

 

Subject SA1: Health and Care

The pass mark for Subject SA1 was 57

Sixty-seven presented themselves and twenty-three passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Agarwal, Sonam
Caunhye, Mohammad Irshad
Constan-Tatos, Cavan Christopher

Subject SA1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Francis, Matthew Charles
Goonewardena, Hiran
Gor, Brijesh
Ho, Andrea Ming Ni
Huang, Simon Zhi Hong

Subject SA1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Deepansh
Kirika-Gatu, Sheila Waititu
Lam, Sheung-Yang
Macmahon, Conor
Madzinga, Tafadzwa Patrick
Mungai, Joan Wanja

Subject SA1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Qureshi, Mohammed Salman
Raza, Syed Mohammed
Song, Zhiwei
Sri Rajan, Lokaswaran
Sriram, Anuradha
Sukanto, Vanessa

Subject SA1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tan, Kang Jing
Tian, Yufan
Weiss, Sharon

Subject SA2: Life Insurance

The pass mark for Subject SA2 was 62

Three hundred and forty-seven presented themselves and one hundred and sixty-six passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Addison, Elizabeth
Adeniji, David
Agarwal, Pallavi
Agarwal, Shristy
Aggarwal, Vidhi
Akbar, Sarwar Akeel
Aneja, Arzoo
Arora, Aarti
Aryeetey, Rosetta Chochoo
Ashton, Bradley
Barry, Sean Michael
Batra, Chetan
Baweja, Ankit
Behl, Dishant
Bhardwaj, Shilpa
Bhat, Balaram Balakrishna
Bhatia, Jishnu
Birtwisle, Jonathan Luke
Bongarzone, Giuseppe
Briston, Andrew Charles
Campbell, Sarah
Campion, Rhian Elizabeth
Carson, Patrick
Chen, Meng
Chipps, Robert William John
Chung, Andrew Wai Jiun
Connolly, Laura Ann Elizabeth
Cox, Frances Jane
Cox, Nick
Curry, Martin Peter
Dennany, Vincent
Dhamija, Sheena
D'Mello, Sasha
Doolan, Ruaidhri
Dooley, Lauren Marie
Drake, Hana
Dreyer, Megan
Du, Geoffrey
Dzingirayi, Carlton

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Farrelly, Killian
Fenech Adami, Andrea
Field, Emma Louise
Finn, Marie
Foong, Kuan Ngee
Gallagher, David Dylan
Ghorawat, Hemant Prakash
Gill, Daniel James
Goh, Gregory
Gorman, Martin
Goyal, Abhilasha
Goyal, Gourav
Goyal, Yogesh
Greening, David Thomas
Gupta, Ayush Sanjay
Gupta, Shailaja
Harrington, Julianne
Haylock, Emma
Helliwell, Jake
Hodgers, Eve
Hossack, Joanna
Hsu, Meng Shiun
Hughes, Amy
Hunt, Mary Margaret Bridget
Iqbal, Hassan Musa
Islam, Fahim

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Akhil
Jain, Ankur
Jain, Divya
Jain, Rahul
Joyce, Bradley
Junanto, Alvina
Kalykakis, Athanasios
Kassianou, Katerina
Kerrisk, Anna
Kharb, Satvinder
Kornubrabhan, Thitipong
Lalwani, Pooja
Lam, Christopher
Lamba, Mukti
Ledwith, David Jonathan
Lee, Benjamin
Li, Jiarong
Livanis, Georgios Efthymios
Lough, Siobhan
Lu, Mingyuan
Majekodunmi, Oreofe
Man, Wai Kyn
Manchanda, Neetika
Mandengu, Melody
Manomano, Takudzwa Danmore
Mantri, Priya
Mathia, Adam
Mc Laughlin, Sinead Fiona
McAnea, Charlie Paul
McCorry, Kareen
McCusker, Stephen Joseph
McGeehan, Michaela
McIvor, Stephanie Jessica
McKenna, Marie-Claire
Mehta, Kanika Uppal
Mishra, Mandakini
Moore, Ciara
Muldoon, Aisling Marie
Muldoon, Shane Michael
Murray, Stephen Joseph
Narang, Surbhi
Ndoria, Eric Muya
Nguyen, Nam
Norbutas, Tomas
Norris, Olivia Mary
Nzau, Sylvia Mwikali

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names O-S

O'Connor, Sarah
O'Dea, Sean
O'Mahony, Elaine Marie
Pak, Kenji Yeong Thian
Pan, Min
Pankhania, Yagni
Parekh, Sahil
Patel, Priyen
Patel, Shreena
Petkar, Naeem
Pilz, Claudia Rochelle
Rafferty, Kevin John
Rains, Jack
Ramkhalawon, Bhanujha
Ranjan, Rishi
Ridley, Natasha
Robins, Amy
Robinson, Stephen
Sadana, Puneet
Sahay, Sagar
Sapre, Vaidehi Mangesh
Sebastian, Billy
Shah, Zeel
Shokeir, Youssef Hisham
Simkiss, Rachael Mary
Singhal, Saral
Sirigos, Marinos Joseph
Smith, Melissa
Soon, Christine
Storey, John Patrick
Syed, Arham

Subject SA2 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tafura, Amon
Tambe, Surekha
Tan, Jiaqi
Tang, Meng Hong
Taziva, Tafadzwa Fanuel
Teh, Rong Kang
Thukral, Smriti
Toh, Boo Cheong
Uppal, Carine
Vasisth, Swati
Vera Perez, Edgar Jesus
Virdi, Amarjit
Wainaina, Stanley Kamau
Walker, Eleanor May
Wanja, Grace Wambui
Watton, Jack
Willie, Tamla Marie
Willis, Sarah Elizabeth
Wong, Andrew
Wong, Hwee Wen
Xu, Xinlin
Yap, Tze Yue
Yuen, Fiona Amy
Zakaria, Samiul

Subject SA3: General Insurance

The pass mark for Subject SA3 was 60

Three hundred and fifty presented themselves and one hundred and six passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Afzal, Waqar
Andreou, Alexandros
Avraam, Georgios
Barrett, George William
Bhagat, Arpit
Bhamra, Avtar Singh
Bisson, Frederick Huw
Boyce, Michael Eoin
Boyd, Daniel James Henry
Brooke, Katherine
Brown, Harry Edward
Brunt, Daniel Richard
Burke, Natasha Louise
Carey, Natasha Sian
Charlton, Roseanne
Chen, Shiju
Chideya, Munyaradzi
Chodha, Tajinder Singh
Choon, Zi Yang
Christodoulou, Christodoulos
Cleary, Georgia
Cobbing, Richard
Cooper, Isaac
Coulter, Samuel Alexander
Creasy, Tom
Cuddy, Lauren Eileen
Daniels, Andrew Stephen
Davies, Thomas
Dharamshi, Param
Doak, Jasmine
Dodd, Calum
Doutney, Francesca Mary Elizabeth
Doyle, Marie
Doyle, Simon James

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Galis, Louis
Gambhir, Asees
Gillespie, James Bernard
Godwin, James
Gupta, Jatin
Gupta, Rahul
Haji Nurazmi, Nur Amin Bin
Harrington, Timothy
Hjorth, Markus
Holmes, Alex
Hoong, Jonathan Kai-Mun

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jhoboo, Himanshu Chooramun
Kane, Robert
Khan, Hassan
Koh, Jasmine Sui Hwan
Lang, Kun
Lee, Boon Ho
Lee, Xin Yung
Lim, Jun Ming
Lin, Weicen
Luckraft, Christopher Graham
Lynch, Alistair James
Macpherson, Jennifer Claire
Mantri, Yoages Kumar
May, Huxley Conrad Lucien
McAdam, Todd
Medhurst, Alex William
Mereu, Daniel Robert
Murdock, Andrew
Murray, Daniel
Nagpal, Gagan
Nashef, Ramsay
Ng, John Wui Hua

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Page, Emma
Parizas, Yiannis
Parmar, Devang
Patel, Amrish
Patel, Riddhi
Peace, Thomas Matthew
Ramakrishnan, Ramashram
Rashid, Sana
Rennie, Felix
Rimmer, Christopher Paul Gilbert
Rogers, Tristan
Rolland, Edward Henry
Rossiter, Alexander John
Roznik, Colum Gordon
Sandow, James Frederick
Sathyendran, Michael Dinesh
Savill, Barnabas
Sehdev, Paras
Shah, Seekha
Shrivastava, Abhishek
Simmonds, Daniel
Spanos, Charalambos
Stearn, Gareth Francis
Sugden, Connor George

Subject SA3 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tapper, Jacob David
Teo, Cindy Xin Rui
Tormey, Christopher
Tottle, Jonathan Robert
Townsend, Catrin Sian
Trainor, Orlaith
Tyl, Katarzyna
Venkatesh, Akshara
Vimalarajah, Shathiyan
Walker, Rose
Willetts, Thomas William David
Wu, Bing Qing
Yip, Shin Li
Yorke, Adam Luke
Zhao, Steven

Subject SA4: Pensions and other Benefits

The pass mark for Subject SA4 was 55

One hundred and ninety-eight presented themselves and sixty-three passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Aston, Daniel Kenneth James
Bagri, Sumit
Berry, Stephen John Edward
Blake, Joshua Thomas
Blaney, Jessica Rose
Breckon, Ross Andrew
Brewster, Kelly
Bryce, Natalie
Burki, Muhammad Shazli Ali Khan
Carmichael, Jack
Catt, Sophie Evelyn Tampion
Chew, Hong Wei
Cooke, Karyn Marie
Copnall, David
Cummings, Jonathan Luke
Dhaliwal, Gurvinder
Durrant, Adam Christopher Roy

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Eynon, Natasha
Freundlich, Helen
Gegg, Frederick
Gray, Jack David
Griller, Anna
Gurnani, Praveen
Hallett, Lily Ann
Harris, Ciaran
Hoare, Thomas
Humphrey, Samantha Louise

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jackson, Joseph
Kemp, Stefan Liam
Khalid, Aliya
Kimber, James
Lai, Fern Si Yun
Laing, Louise Claire
Little, Iain James
Loughnane, Amy
Mageean, Nora
Malombe, Michael Vaati
Marston, Daniel James
McAfee, Kelly Melissa
McDonagh, Kareen
McKeever, Michelle
McNabb, Christopher Richard
Miller, Ewan Benedict James
Mould, Ashley

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Patel, Priyal
Patel, Sachin
Pegrum, Rachel Frances
Pereira, Reuben Alexander
Pestridge, Kate
Rice, Graeme Bernard
Rickman, Anna
Riley, Alasdair Jack William
Rollings, Jonathan
She, Yu
Stork, Alexandra
Swaine, Raven

Subject SA4 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Thomas, Callum
Townley, James Martin Robert
Vaughan, Sarah Emily
Vesty, Gareth
Watson, Oliver Charles
Wilkes, Charlotte Kate
Yuen, Charlotte

Subject SA7: Investment and Finance

The pass mark for Subject SA7 was 62

Eighty-five presented themselves and thirty-seven passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Bajnathsingh, Robiraj
Biswas, Moho Nand Kishore
Burford, Luke
Burns, Michael Jason
Chen, Anran
Cocks, Christopher Graham
Davies, Georgina
Diehl, Wilko Werner
D'Souza, Matthew Charles

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Falls, Ryan
Fan, Wenwen
Foster, Thomas Scarr
Garrett, Emma
Goggs, Edward Lyle
Govier, David Corbett
Hannibal, Sarah Margaret
Huang, Shao-Chi
Izzat, Nart Narian Mohammed Kheir

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jamali, Mufaddal
Joseph, Joel
Junglee, Neha Lakshmee
Kohli, Prabhleen Kaur
Lambert, Thomas Henry Beaumont
Lim, Chee Chuen
Lowson, Jennifer Rachael
Marum, Grace Gabriella
McCullagh, Gareth
Miller, Tim
Nutt, Frans Ignatius

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Pawar, Harshal Vilas
Ratanpal, Yash
Ronan, Rebecca Louise
Sidhu, Sumandeep

Subject SA7 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Thomas, Cadi
Tran, Benjamin Bai An
Ward, Nicholas Jack Michael
White, James Richard

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
19 December 2019

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