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Financial Power List 2018

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Following an eventful 2017, many challenges lie ahead for the accounting and finance sector, including key regulations like GDPR, ongoing Brexit negotiations, preparations for Making Tax Digital and technology changes.

Compiled by the Accountancy Age editorial team, the Financial Power List 2018 ranks the 50 individuals who we believe will have significant influence on the direction of the accountancy industry over the next 12 months. Individuals considered for the list span government, practice and business with the rankings reflecting who has the power to make an impact in 2018.

The full rankings have gone live – find out who made the Financial Power List 2018.

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