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Awards for Excellence shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 2001 Accountancy Age Awards for Excellence was announced today, ending weeks of tension for those who submitted entries.

Deloitte & Touche and Ernst & Young will battle it out in the coveted Big Five Firm category. And Levy Gee’s ambitious plans with Numerica have evidently paid off with the mid-tier firm appearing in the Medium Firm shortlist.

Elsewhere the BBC’s finance director John Smith joins Peter Anderson for Canary Wharf and Gaynor Coley from The Eden Project in the Financial Director of the Year category.

As ever, competition in the software categories is fierce. Access Accounting lines up in both the Off-the-shelf and Mid-Range categories. In the latter, the Essex-based company will face Exchequer Software?s Enterprise product, which has won for the last two years.

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To read the shortlist, visit our awards website.

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