A knighthood was also awarded to Robert Culpin, MD of the Treasury’s budget and public finances, while Jonathan Cunliffe, director of the department’s monetary policy and international directorate, and Rosalind Wright, director of the Serious Fraud Office were made companions of the Order of the Bath.
Commanders of the British Empire appointments went to Professor Geoffrey Whittington for services to the Accounting Standards Board, and to John Makinson FD at Pearson.
CIPFA member and chief executive of the North West London Hospitals NHS Trust John Pope was also awarded a CBE, along with David Roe, head of the Treasury financial regulatory reform team.
National Audit Office principal auditor Katherine Henderson was appointed to the Order of the British Empire, along with Unilever director and CIMA member Tim Cooper-Jones.
OBEs were also awarded to deputy Treasury accountant John Shore and Inland Revenue assistant director Christine Tulloch.
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