Accountancy Age Awards

Peter Winter of Carter Backer Winter

CBW brings in outsourced accounting business

Carter Backer Winter expands into outsourced accounts function for SMEs

12 Apr 2012

British Accountancy Awards

British Accountancy Awards 2011: The winners

The all-important list of winners from last night's awards ceremony

30 Nov 2011

The British Accountancy Awards 2011

British Accountancy Awards shortlist announced

Place 30 November in your diary to attend the British Accountancy Awards

07 Oct 2011

Newman to step down as BDO International CEO

Jeremy Newman to retire from the profession after international stint ends in September

11 Jul 2011

Financial Power List: half term reports

We've dusted down the mortar boards to write the mid-term reports on the class of the Accountancy Age Power List. Who is top and who needs to improve their grades?

23 Jun 2011

The British Accountancy Awards are launched

Succeeding the long-standing Accountancy Age Awards, the British Accountancy Awards introduces a focus on practice, with new categories and entry process

07 Jun 2011

Henry joins Accountancy Age five a-side team

14 Mar 2011

In pictures: the Accountancy Age Awards party

Did you party the night away at the Accountancy Age Awards? Have a look at our pictures.

22 Nov 2010

Welcome to the new Accountancy Age

Accountancy Age launches new look website

03 Nov 2010

Accountancy Age Awards personality shortlist announced

Voting for Personality of the Year 2010 begins with shortlist announcement

17 Sep 2010

Video: Judge's advice for your Accountancy Age Awards entry

Last minute guidance from a former Award winner before the 23 July deadline

20 Jul 2010

Awards: personality of the year

Last year, you voted PwC’s Tony Lomas as personality of the year, but who will be your choice in the 2010 awards?

17 Jun 2010

Video: The Accountancy Age Awards 2009 winners

Our winners talk about their achievements at the industry's gala event

02 Dec 2009

Video: Douglas Flint interview, part two

HSBC's group finance director talks about accounting standards, auditing and annual reports

30 Nov 2009

Video: Douglas Flint interview, part one

HSBC's group FD talks about his career and the financial crisis

30 Nov 2009

Accountancy Age Awards: Meddings wins Blue Chip FD accolade

Standard Chartered FD's work with the government on the financial crisis earns him an Accountancy Age Award

19 Nov 2009

Public sector FD of the year: Stuart McCreadie

McCreadie had his work cut out for him after every member of the executive team left the company

18 Nov 2009

Medium firm of the year: Sobell Rhodes

Pride in its people helped Sobell Rhodes pick up the medium firm award

18 Nov 2009

Business recovery project of the year: KPMG

KPMG's work on the JJB Sport CVA bagged them the award

18 Nov 2009

AAT accounting technician of the year: Sonya Ashbarry

Ashbarry's rags-to-riches tale impressed the judges

18 Nov 2009

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Colin: Using Google to make money out of the net

Colin thinks Osborne's latest tax wheeze means he is not such a bad egg after all

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Taking Stock spares a though for Alasdair Cairns, who has just gained a new boss. His dad.

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