Accountancy Age Awards – Last chance to vote for Personality of the

Tomorrow is the closing date for voting in this year’s Accountancy Age Personality of the Year.

Eight names are on the final shortlist. With several nominees running neck and neck, your vote could make a real difference.

What’s more you will be entered into a draw to win #100 in Oddbins vouchers.

As the internet bank’s first chief executive, Bob Head has helped put Smile at the forefront of the online revolution. To vote for him e-mail personality1@accountancyage.com.

Or if SEC chairman Arthur Levitt is the man you love to hate e-mail personality2@accountancyage.com.

Rover FD John Millett is fighting to save the carmaker. To vote for him e-mail personality3@accountancyage.com.

But if you think that venture capitalist Jon Moulton should have been Rover’s man, send an e-mail to personality4@accountancyage.com.

Ann Redston, an Ernst & Young partner led IR35 protests this year. To vote for her e-mail personality5@accountancyage.com.

Wendy Thomson led the Audit Commission’s introduction of Best Value across local government. To vote for her e-mail personality6@accountancyage.com

Accounting Standards Board chairman Sir David Tweedie has fought to end lax financial reporting. To vote for him e-mail personality7@accountancyage.com.

Peter Wyman went head to head with chancellor Gordon Brown this year and lived to tell the tale. To vote for him e-mail personality8@accountancyage.com.

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