IN THIS MONTH'S issue of the Accountancy Age App we've published a Top50 +50 special, analysing the data further than in its 15 year history.
We have also ranked the top firms by fee income of their service lines, such as tax, audit, corporate finance, consultancy and insolvency.
This year we have also introduced a new table which ranks the Top 20 firms based on their profits, from publicly available data.
PwC's chairman and managing partner Ian Powell writes exclusively for Accountancy Age on why many women are not working in the top spots across the profession. There's also opinion from practice consultants Phil Shohet and Andrew Jenner, from Kato Consulting, and author Heather Townsend.
We've also have interviews with former BBC CFO Zarin Patel and Stagecoach's group FD Ross Paterson.
Don't forget to check out Taking Stock's venture into video, where you can see the Baker Tilly's acquisition of RSM Tenon via a pre-pack administration - in a whole new light.
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