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Mazars partner wins Women in the City Award

Judges say Fiona Hotston Moore beat fierce competition from other firms

A Mazars partner has beaten candidates from other London firms and taken the
top female accountant in the city honour at the Women in the City Awards.

Fiona Hotston Moore, a partner in the firm, collected her award today at
a function held at the Plaisterers’ Hall
in London.

Hotston Moore, who joined Mazars in April this year, was until then managing
partner of Moores Rowland, and the only female managing partner within the Top
50 UK accountancy firms.

Apart from heading up Mazars’ media practice sector, she is also lead partner
for the firm’s owner-managed business service line in the London region.

The judges said that Hotston Moore not only beat feisty competitors from
other firms but was also noted for her contribution in helping other women in
the profession.

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