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LSE student named Finance Student of the Year

Michael Kollo from the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is winner of the IFA's Finance Student of the Year Award 2005.

Organised by the Institute of Financial Accountants (IFA) in association with City Jobs, the Finance Student of the Year Award 2005 is open to all finance students, currently studying at a higher education or further education establishment in the UK and Northern Ireland. The award aims to encourage excellence by rewarding students and tutors who are true ambassadors of the finance industry.

Michael Kollo was presented the award on Tuesday 7 June at the IFA Awards Ceremony 2005.


For further information please contact the IFA's PR Division on 01732 458080 or 0797 0148925, email: sjandu@ifa.org.uk| 


Established in 1916, The Institute of Financial & Accountants is the fourth largest body in the UK. It represents members and students in more than eighty countries around the world and provides a qualification and continuous professional development for those who want to become financial accountants, professional book keepers with additional diplomas for business financial management, book keeping and pay-roll administration.

29 June 2005