RegulationAccounting StandardsFinancial reporting expert Ken Wild awarded OBE

Financial reporting expert Ken Wild awarded OBE

Former Deloitte partner picks up an award in New Year's honours list

FINANCIAL REPORTING EXPERT Ken Wild has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s honours list.

The former Deloitte partner, member of the Financial Reporting Advisory Board and Hundred Group of FDs financial reporting committee member, retired last year after a 30-year career at the firm.

He was awarded the Accountancy Age Outstanding Industry Contribution Award in November (pictured).

The Insolvency Service’s Leslie Cramp was awarded a CBE. Also awarded a CBE was Joyce Drummond-Hill, head of audit and corporate assurance in the national offender management service of the Ministry of Justice.

Richard Bottomley, senior partner, KPMG, was awarded an OBE for services to the accountancy profession and to business in the North East.

 

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