THIS YEAR’S ACCOUNTANCY AGE FINANCIAL POWER LIST has caused something of a stir, with approximately three-quarters of readers saying they completely disagree.
A fifth of the 84 readers polled mostly agreed with the list, while 3% completely agreed and the remaining 2% slightly disagreed.
The Power List is a run-down of the most powerful names in accountancy and finance in the coming year, with this year’s list headed up by HM Revenue & Customs chief executive Lin Homer, closely followed by Labour MP and chair of Public Accounts Committee Margaret Hodge.
The list can be viewed here.
Liz Sandwith joins Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors after five years with Bupa
Suggestion R3 has 'rolled over' in face of government pressure is false, incoming president Andrew Tate tells Accountancy Age
David Thorburn will sit on EY's top governance body in his role as NED
Neil Finlayson will head up top 20 Kingston Smith's NFP operation, having joined the firm in 2001