Accountancy Age is proud to present its first ever issue, published in
December 1969, available to view
Read about conflict of interest concerns between auditors and their clients,
plus an insightful interview with ICAEW president and Peat Marwick Mitchell
senior partner Ronald Leach.
‘Looking back at our first issue highlights how much has changed in the last
40 years but, in terms of fundamentals, just how much has stayed the same,’ said
Accountancy Age editor-in-chief and publisher Damian Wild.
‘With 2009 shaping up to be perhaps the most challenging year the profession
has faced in our lifetime, Accountancy Age will continue to critique, cajole and
celebrate the UK accountancy business and, hopefully, nudge its development in
the right direction.’
Watch our recent 40th anniversary celebratory interview with our first
editor, Bob Willott on Accountancy Age TV. Hear his anecdotes on producing the
UK’s first weekly accounting title, and his views of the profession in the 21st
to view the show.
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