TechnologyThe Accountancy Age blogging page

The Accountancy Age blogging page

A complete rundown of the blogs available to Accountancy Age readers

blogs

Accountancy Age now has a stable of bloggers covering all the issues that
affect accountants’ working lives – from tax to technology and financial
strategy to the gossip, individuals and issues behind the headlines. Our
bloggers are drawn from our editorial team and from the industry.

Accountancy
Matters

A blog from Damian Wild, editor-in-chief of Accountancy Age.
Covering tax, audit, corporate finance, insolvency, careers and other accounting
and finance issues.

Insider

A blog from Gavin Hinks, editor of Accountancy Age. Covering
accounting and finance issues, finance directors, boardroom pay, boardroom
promotions, careers, accountancy personalities.

Keeling
Uncorked

Dennis Keeling has been a Business Software Analyst for over 25 years – and
is now blogging for Accountancy Age. He has advised some of the largest
organisations in the world on business software selection. His first book – The
Thesaurus of Business Software was published jointly with the ICAEW in 1988. He
went on to write his top-selling detailed reports for Ovum until 2001.

In 1993 he helped found BASDA, which today represents over 200 software
developers, and acted as its Chief Executive until he stepped down in December
2007.

Risky
Business

A blog by Martin Williams, managing director of Graydon UK, focusing on
business risks – from fraud to late payment. Martin has has spent the last 30
years in the credit information industry, and has been with Graydon UK, one of
the top five commercial credit agencies in the UK, for the last 20. He is
currently the President of Eurogate, a network of European Credit Information
Agencies.

Taking
Stock

The Taking Stock blog – gags and gossip from Accountancy Age.

Shareholder
values

A financial strategy blog from the editors of our sister title,
Financial Director. Read by finance directors, chief financial officers
and senior finance professionals in business, the blog covers a financial
reporting, investor relations, corporate finance and strategy, risk management
and much more.

(The following blogs are not currently being updated but still have
legacy content.)

Taxhack

Alex Hawkes, Accountancy Age‘s news editor, blogs on tax matters –
corporate and personal, on and offshore – and the personalities and politics
behind the headlines.

Technology
Matters

A blog by John Tate, a former finance director who has worked in the IT
sector for 18 years, focusing on technology trends, news and analysis that
affects finance departments. A CIMA accountant, he co-founded and ran an IT
company – Tate Bramald Ltd, specialising in finance and business intelligence
systems, which he successfully sold. He is an IT analyst and non executive
director of a number of IT/media businesses.

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