RegulationAccounting StandardsBig question: year in review

Big question: year in review

Review of 2006: new ICAEW chief executive, Barclays CFO quits, female FTSE100 FDs drops and more

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2006 may have seen no great scandals – and we should be thankful for that –
but it has still been a remarkable year.

In this final edition of Accountancy Age TV’s Big Question, editor Gavin
Hinks and Damian Wild, group editor-in-chief, discuss the year’s most
significant stories.

From a new chief executive at the ICAEW to the FTSE100 finance director who
left after growing tired of compliance, they delve beneath the headlines and ask
what will matter in 2007.

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