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Accountancy Age unveils Awards shortlist

PricewaterhouseCoopers leads the nominations, but the toughest fight looks set to be in the Finance Director of the Year category, according to the shortlist for this year's Accountancy Age Awards published today.

Link: Click here to see the shortlist in full and a list of the judges

PwC has three nominations in this year’s awards, for Big Four Firm of the Year, Turnaround Team of the Year and Employer of the Year.

But the most intense battle could be in the Finance Director of the Year category. The judging panel, chaired by Accountancy Age editor Damian Wild, has drawn up a heavyweight shortlist.

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Eric Tracey, the Deloitte & Touche partner, is battling it out with British Airways’ John Rishton, the Learning & Skills Council’s Philip Lloyd, Don-Bur Holdings’ Richard Bloomfield and Muntons’ Roger Barker.

The shortlist for this year’s software categories, chosen by our panel of expert judges and chaired by Accountancy Age technology editor David Rae, includes Microsoft, Sage, PeopleSoft, Coda, Access Accounting and Exchequer. The awards will be presented at Battersea Park Arena in London on 12 November.

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