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Accountancy Age Awards for Excellence shortlist

From the UK's top FD to the firms of the year, the Accountancy Age Awards for Excellence is still the only event to recognise excellence across the accountancy business. Here we purblish the shortlist and details of the judges who made the choices.

Accountant of the year

David Bloom, Getty Images
Peter Smith, Dickson Dees
Karen Sands, Critchleys

Accounting technician
Becky Brabrook, Office Ours Recruitment
Jane Brealey, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive
Neil Montgomery, Hopes and Homes for Children

Finance team
Americana
BBC
Entertainment UK
Riverside Community NHS Trust

Financial Director
David Leather, Manchester 2002
Jim Pettigrew, ICAP
Chris Woodhouse, Homebase Group

Annual report and accounts (business)
Amersham
BG
British Land
Geest.

Annual report and accounts(public and voluntary)
BBC
British Waterways
Child Support Agency
Companies House

Small Firm of the Year
Cameron Baum
Mitchells
Raffingers
Trustient

Medium Firm of the Year
Champion Chartered Accountants
Clement Keys
Morris & Co
Rabjohns

Large Firm of the Year
Cooper Parry
Ford Campbell
Johnston Carmichael
Kroll Buchler Phillips

Big Four Firm of the Year
Deloitte & Touche
Ernst & Young
KPMG
PricewaterhouseCoopers
(All are automatically shortlisted.)

Public services achievement
Botswana Accountancy College
David Leather, Manchester 2002
Riverside Community NHS Trust

TECHNOLOGY CATEGORIES

Off-the-shelf
Decision Curve for Spreadsheet Builder
PAS Ltd for P11D Organiser
Simply Books for Simply Books Accounting Software
TAS Software for TAS Books 2

Mid Range
Exchequer for Exchequer Enterprise
Microsoft Business Solutions for Navision Attain
SquareSum for DREAM

Enterprise Systems
CODA – CODA Financials
Comshare for Comshare MPC
OpenAccounts for Open Accounts Financials

E Business Innovation
Dragnet E Business Ltd
Salford E-Commerce Solutions & The University Of Salford
Sparesfinder.

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