Tikit employee wins ILFM’s Stuart Hattersley Award

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21 July 2016


A part_ofTikit employee Alex Williams has won the prestigious ILFM 2016 Stuart Hattersley Award for the highest mark in the Diploma examination in the under 25 years old category.

Alex, who works on Tikit’s P4W Accounts Support desk, will be presented with his award at the Annual Luncheon which will take place on Wednesday 14th September 2016 at the Old Council Chamber, The Law Society.

Miles Osborne, Global Head of Own IP Support at Tikit spoke of Alex’s achievement. “Here at Tikit, we very much believe in providing our staff with a high level of skill and knowledge to best do their jobs.

“Alex is an asset to our team, his dedication and appetite for learning has meant that he has been able to give Tikit clients the best possible P4W Accounts support.”

Having excelled in The ILFM Diploma, Alex has gained a comprehensive and practical knowledge of a solicitor’s internal records and how to meet compliance with accounts regulations.

Alex said “I am delighted to have received this award.  Studying for this Diploma has given me a broader understanding of the legal accounts process.

“In turn this has widened my understanding of how P4W is used by the accounts departments of our clients.  I am now better equipped to deal with any query our clients have with regards to the accounts functionality.”



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