Women in Finance: Vote for who has had the biggest impact on industry

Women in Finance: Vote for who has had the biggest impact on industry

Accountancy Age are opening the voting process for this year's Women in Finance ranking so make sure you get involved and cast your votes!

The Accountancy Age team are proud to announce that the voting for our Women in Finance ranking will open on Monday 11 March.

As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, Accountancy Age will be launching this year’s Women in Finance ranking, spotlighting influential women across the government, finance and accountancy sectors who are leaders, trailblazers and transforming their respective industries.

Last year an incredible cohort of women made the final list, from leaders at Big Four firms to CEOs in industry and government professionals making decisions which impact all our lives and futures.

EY dominated the top of the ranking, with Anna Anthony EMEIA Head of Tax for Financial Services winning first place, accompanied by her colleagues Lynn Rattigan and Maggie Stilwell dominating the top five. Deloitte’s Emma Codd and Sharon Thorne also won high up places.

The Accountancy Age editorial team has compiled a longlist of women in finance that wield significant influence and spearhead important teams and initiatives.

When the voting opens on Monday, we will call on you to vote for five women that you believe should place in the final ranking.

The final ranking will be published at the end of the month and will be influenced by your votes – so don’t miss out on having your say.

Check back on Monday and follow the progress on Twitter via @Accountancy_Age.

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