Ford Campbell was the main winner at the inaugural Accountancy Age
conference and Smart Thinking awards, held at the QEII conference centre last
week and attended by 150 delegates.
The Top 30 accounting firm walked of with the awards for best tax practice
and best audit practice. Iris won the award for business practice product of the
year, Bank of Ireland was named business bank of the year, and Silver Levene
secured the award for business innovation.
The winners received their prizes from World Cup legend Geoff Hurst, who
scored a hat-trick in the 1966 final. Hurst, now established in the insurance
industry, also addressed delegates, sharing anecdotes and experiences from the
England’s 1966 World Cup squad.
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