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BDO partner wins business adviser award

Bill Henbrey, a partner at mid-tier firm BDO Stoy Hayward, yesterday won the 'best business advisor' for 2000 at the CBI/Real Business Growing Business awards ceremony in London.

Henbrey saw off competition from candidates from Grant Thornton, DHD Corporate Finance and Northern Lights PR.

The Electronic Boutique plc nominated Henbrey for the award, for his commitment to business growth within the company and ‘for being more than just an accountant’.

Speaking on his achievement, Henbrey said he was very honoured with the award and said such ceremonies were important in ‘providing inspiration and momentum for growing business across the UK’.

The aim of the independent annual awards is to set the highest standards for Britain’s entrepreneurs and their companies.

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BDO takes mid-tier top slot

BDO Stoy Hayward website

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