Accountancy Age May App out now

by Richard Crump

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16 May 2014

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THIS MONTH'S Accountancy Age App includes the ‘35 under 35', the third annual list of the profession's best and brightest young talent.

With our highest number of entries, the Accountancy Age editorial team faced an unenviable task in winnowing the list down to the 35 entries, drawn from practices large and small and from the private sector.

The issue includes practice interviews with the managing partners of Shelley Stock Hutter and Gabelle, and interviews with ARM Holdings chief financial officer Tim Score and RWE Npower finance boss Jens Madrian.

Plus there's the usual analysis and opinion; this month includes a look at the particulars of Harlequin's high court suit against Wilkins Kennedy, how firm's non-audit strategies are shaping up in light of strict new rules and comment from the Practitioner and the FD of Baxter Freight on starting up a business.

You can download the Accountancy Age App by clicking here, or alternatively visiting the iTunes App Store and search for Accountancy Age.

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