""I came to the Vardi Brukner firm at the start of a supplemental year ahead of the Council's CPA examinations, with a great deal of motivation but without much experience. Vardi Brukner was the best and most suitable bridge for me between theory and practice. I am happy to say that I was able to work with each of the partners in the firm and with a broad range of clients and issues. The work was interesting and challenging. I was privileged to be given assistance, attention and support. I learned every day and assimilated a great deal of professional and organizational know-how. At Vardi Brukner I felt the desire to progress at every point in time and not to simply mark time. There was an atmosphere of willingness to recruit the team to solve problems, openness to new ideas, thinking of the "next thing" and moving forward. The human capital at Vardi Brukner is something special. The mutual assistance, the attentive ear, the brain-storming - on both work and other issues, are what led me to maintain personal and professional contacts to this day. The work at Vardi Brukner was also a spring-board for me to my next position - at Flying Cargo DHL as comptroller on the company's financial team. There is no doubt that the professional know-how I acquired at Vardi Brukner will continue to accompany me throughout my professional career. I remember well something that Guy Vardi said many times: "Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day. Teach him to fish and he will eat for the rest of his life", and that is the best summary in a single sentence.""
Hanny was employed by the VBIR firm for about 5 years. She started out as a trainee-accountant, and her duties included performing audits for a number of public and large-scale operation companies, with emphasis on a high level of professionalism and service.