CONGRATS TO Moore Stephens, whose runners helped claim the quickest accountancy firm, overall, at the Standard Chartered Great City Race.
Well, it’s more a case of ‘claiming’ to be the fastest, as Taking Stock has found the results charts and PDFs absolutely incomprehensible.
What does seem clear is that Jonathan Bradford and James McMullan of KPMG were the quickest male accountants respectively, with BDO’s Ollie Garrod third.
Top ranked female accountant was Moore Stephens’ Natalie Gray, with EY’s Vicky Frew and Annaka Charters from Grant Thornton taking the other podium spots.
Now in its eleventh year, the highly competitive race saw 5,000 runners from 350 companies take part in the 5k race, which raised money for the Seeing is believing organisation – supporting the east Africa child eye health programme.
And we’re lucky to have some video of their performance, below:
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