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What is a more professional and academic way to write "and on top of that"?

The man has excellent qualifications "and top of that" he has a position on the board.

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    In that sentence I'd write... excellent qualifications as well as a position on the board. If there are longer, complete sentences before and you want to finish off with important information: Moreover, he holds a position on the board.
    – KarlG
    Commented Feb 26, 2018 at 1:48
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    in addition, additionally, as well, what's more, furthermore, moreover, also, to boot, likewise Commented Feb 26, 2018 at 2:32
  • too top it all off ...
    – lbf
    Commented Feb 26, 2018 at 3:04

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crowned OED

Be the triumphant culmination of (an effort or endeavour, especially a prolonged one. ‘years of struggle were crowned by a state visit to Paris’

Use in your sentence: The man has excellent qualifications, crowned by a position on the board ... or crowned by his position on the board.

another definition: Crowned Amer Dict Eng Lan

CROWNED, participle passive Invested with a crown, or with regal power and dignity; honored; dignified; rewarded with a crown, wreath, garland or distinction; recompensed; terminated; completed; perfected.

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'In addition to' and 'furthermore' can fit here.

The man has a position on the board in addition to his excellent qualifications.

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The man has excellent qualifications. Furthermore, he has a position on the board.

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Complemented" "Something that fills up, completes or makes perfect." MW

The man has excellent qualifications, complemented by a position on the board.

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