British Accountancy Awards: More judges announced!

by Kevin Reed

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31 Aug 2012

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SOME OF THE MOST SENIOR figures in the UK's accounting profession have been added to the British Accountancy Awards judging roster.

Several finance directors have joined the judging panel for the 2012 British Accountancy Awards.

Kevin Parry, FD of FTSE 100 asset manager Schroders, is on board. Alongside him are Divinia Knowles, COO/CFO of Moshi Monsters' creator Mind Candy, and Cosworth CFO Mark Palethorpe.

Dave Hartnett, HMRC's former permanent secretary for tax, also joins the panel of experts.

Other judges joining our panel include:
Dean Westcott, president, ACCA;
Mandy Mitten, founder, Mitten Clark (winner of Small Firm of the Year, 2010);
Lee Manning, president, R3;
Heather Townsend, author of the FT Guide to Business Networking;
Ben Jones, head of CFO practice, Korn/Ferry Whitehead Mann; and
Andrew Jenner, director, KATO.

They will join those already confirmed to take part, who include: ICAS president Sir David Tweedie; John Whiting, Office of Tax Simplification tax director and CIoT policy director; Andrew Leck, head, ACCA UK; and Mark Spofforth, president, ICAEW.

For the full list of judges, and more information about attending the awards, click here.

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