PracticeAccounting FirmsMore time and more judges for Awards

More time and more judges for Awards

Deadline for entries to 2008 Accountancy Age Awards is extended by one week to 1 August

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The Accountancy Age Awards

The deadline for entries to the 2008 Accountancy Age Awards has been extended
one week to 1 August.

Accountancy Age can reveal that former HM Revenue & Customs chairman Paul
Gray will be joining the judging panel.

Also joining the panel is Margaret Ewing, former finance director at BAA. Now
vice chairman at Deloitte, Ewing is the leading mentor to top level FDs. Tom
Blacksell, CEO of CapGemini in the UK, completes a trio of big name signings.

They join judges already confirmed including Ian Dyson, FD at Marks &
Spencer, Sam DiPiazza, chief executive of PricewaterhouseCoopers International
and Alex Horne, managing director of Wembley Stadium.

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