Top names on this year's shortlist

by AccountancyAge.com

15 Sep 2005

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More than 70 individuals and organisations are in the running in this year’s Accountancy Age Awards.

Our panel of judges, which include the chairman of HM Revenue & Customs, some of the country’s leading finance directors and the chief executive of the Financial Reporting Council, spent two days drawing up a strong shortlist that reflects the confidence the accountancy business is displaying currently.

FTSE250 FDs, recently qualified accountants, public sector finance teams and some of the UK’s biggest recruitment consultants all figure on the shortlist, as well as 15 of the most popular business software packages.

BDO Stoy Hayward and KPMG are both shortlisted in three categories, while the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young are all shortlisted twice.

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