Ian Mackintosh, chairman of the Accounting Standards Board, topped the list
of new accountants recognised in the latest edition of Who’s Who.
Mackintosh was one of 1,000 new entries into what has become the bible of top
achievers. Other high profile accountants added to the list of 32,000
biographies in the latest edition included KPMG CEO John Griffith-Jones, Baker
Tilly executive chairman Ray Greatorex and PKF chairman John Wosner.
Other accounting firm leaders added to the list this year included Smith
& Williamson chairman Gareth Pearce and Andy Raynor, the chief executive of
listed accounting firm Tenon.
Also listed are David Lindsell, a partner at Ernst & Young and the firm’s
IFRS global director, and PwC managing partner of clients and markets Rodger
Jon Moulton was recognised for his work as managing partner of private equity
firm Alchemy Partners. David Zuydam, finance director at the Department for
Transport’s Highways Agency was also included.
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