The awards are designed to recognise the contributions both individuals and firms have made to the profession and will be presented at Accountancy Age’s 30th anniversary gala dinner.
Entry forms for the following categories can be obtained by email from email@example.com or by telephoning 0171 316 9554. Tickets for the evening are available at £100 for individuals or £950 for a table of 10. Good luck and see you at the event!
Large Firm Open to firms with more than 100 partners.
Medium Firm Open to all firms with between 11 and 100 partners.
Small Firm Nominations from firms of 10 partners or less.
Finance Team For excellence in financial management in industry, commerce or public life.
Financial Director Individual award – again open to FDs in all sectors – presented in association with Financial Director magazine.
Public Sector Achievement Open to all accountants in the public sector, including government departments, executive agencies, local authorities and trusts.
Recruitment Advertisement For best solo or campaign accountancy recruitment advertisements appearing in the twelve months to 31 May 1999.
Accounting Software Package Three awards are up for grabs – for Off-the-Shelf Packages, Mid-Range and Enterprise Systems.
Business Reports and Accounts For the best report published between September 1998 and July 1999
New Accountant of the Year Five winners will be decided, one from each of the the five main accountancy institutes (ICAEW, ICAS, CIPFA, CIMA, ACCA), chosen from accountants taking exams in November/December 1998 and July 1999.
Accountancy Age Personality The personality who has contributed the most to the industry for the twelve months to 30 July 1999, as voted by Accountancy Age readers.
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