British Accountancy Awards shortlist announced

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07 Oct 2011

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The British Accountancy Awards 2011

Accountancy Age and ACCA are delighted to announce the finalists for the all new British Accountancy Awards 2011.

We received a record number of practices entering this year's awards and we would like to thank everyone who took the time to submit an entry.

The winners will be announced at a fantastic evening of celebration at Old Billingsgate Market in London on Wednesday 30 November, reserve your table, to celebrate with your team and clients all that is great about the accountancy community.

Click here to view the shortlist

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