Mangaging partners' predictions in latest Accountancy Age app

by Kevin Reed

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16 Dec 2013

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THE DECEMBER ISSUE of the Accountancy Age app has been launched, including the predictions for 2014 from a range of UK managing partners.

We speak to eight managing partners, including those from Deloitte, BDO, Shelley Stock Hutter and BDO, about hurdles overcome and achievements made in 2013. They also speak of their expectations for both clients and their firms in the coming 12 months.

Accountancy Age and Kelso Consulting have also worked together to rank the Top 50 accounting firms in order of their effectiveness with LinkedIn.

Practice interviews include discussions with Fitzgerald & Law's Gabriel Parish, and Goodman Jones' Larry Phillips.

To download the app, compatible with iPhones and iPads, click here.

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