It has been another tough year for the judging panel which has had to decide between some of the best entries seen.
This year we had a record number of entries, proving again that, despite the current difficulties facing the accounting world, accountants are still able to celebrate their successes.
As ever categories ranged across the full spectrum of the accountancy business from accountant of the year, to finance director and the best Big Four firm.
The technology categories proved as hotly contested as ever with judges particularly impressed by the quality of entrants to the e-business innovation award.
The winners, of course, will not be revealed until 6 November when Accountancy Age will host a gala dinner at the Natural History to announce the succesful entrants.
Our juding panel included some of the most repsected and controversial names from across business, practice and regulation. Click here to see the full list
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Carter Backer Winter has acquired Edwards Financial Services, expanding its financial planning department
New growth opportunities in Aberdeen, North East Scotland, are being invested in by Grant Thornton