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See the Accountancy Age Awards winners on TV

All the 2007 Accountancy Age Awards winners in the categories of: practice, business, individuals and technology

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The Accountancy Age Awards 2007 have once again identified the cream of the
accounting profession.

This year’s awards saw Alex Horne, managing director at Wembley Stadium, take
the Personality of the year Award, while Sir Mike Rake, chairman of BT and a
former chairman of KPMG International, took the award for Outstanding Industry
Contribution.

Among the other winners were KPMG, who took top honours as Global Firm of the
Year, while Ian Dyson, FD at Marks and Spencer, was named Blue Chip FD of the
Year.

You can see exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews with all the winners by
clicking on the category links below:

Practice

Business

Individuals

Technology

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