ACCOUNTANCY AGE is delighted to announce the launch of the British Accountancy Awards 2015.
Entries are now open for these prestigious awards, now in their fifth year, with the ceremony to take place on 24 November at The Brewery in central London.
The 2014 awards attracted more than 600 guests from practices all over the country including the small local firms to the larger regional, national and global players. Our criteria had been designed to pinpoint professional development and to highlight those that have demonstrated excellence in their profession during the last 12 months.
For 2015 we have expanded our online accounting awards, and reorganised our Top 50 Firm categories to accept the best of forensic, risk, and other advisory services, along with creating a Restructuring Project of the Year award.
A staple of British accounting profession’s diary – and a boon for those shortlisted and, ultimately, the winners – Accountancy Age invites you to take part in this year’s event.
The awards evolved from the popular Accountancy Age Awards, which ran from the late 90s.
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