PracticeAccounting FirmsEntries needed for AA/FD ‘35 under 35’

Entries needed for AA/FD ‘35 under 35’

Entries needed for Accountancy Age & Financial Director’s annual '35 under 35' of up-and-coming accountants

Entries needed for AA/FD ‘35 under 35’

ACCOUNTANCY AGE and Financial Director are delighted to announce that our annual Young Professionals Day will be 9 May.

As part of the day, Accountancy Age and Financial Director will reveal the top ‘35 under 35’ of up-and-coming accounting professionals in practice and business. The deadline for entries is 2 May 2016.

We are seeking nominations from members of the profession for accountants under 35 years old that have qualified through either ICAEW/ICAS/ACCA/CIPFA/CIMA/CIoT. They must work in UK practice/business/charities/or public sector.

The ‘Finance’ list will be of young accountants working within the finance functions of businesses, the public sector and charities. This list will be published via Financial Director.

The ‘Practice’ list will be for youthful accountants working within accountancy firms. This list will be published via Accountancy Age.

Send through their name, age, job title and organisation, plus around 50 words on their achievements.

Please send entries to Richard.Crump@contentive.com

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