Ten of the brightest young accountants in the country will be revisited by
Accountancy Age this week to catch up on their careers.
Accountancy Age interviewed ten starlets to celebrate our 35th anniversary in
2004. We go back to see how they have fared in the world of business, and
highlight another batch of the UK’s top young accountants.
Our 2004 interviews included Alex
Horne, finance director of the FA, and Multiple Sclerosis FD
Helen Verney. We ask Horne how he is
progressing towards his ambition of taking a chief executive position.
We speak to Rebecca Worthington, FD of
Estates, as one of our new young guns. Worthington talks about why she
swapped the ski slopes for the City, and how she took on the company’s top
finance role in the space of just three years.
Read the feature in next week’s issue of Accountancy Age.
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