RankingsFinancial Power List 2018

Following an eventful 2017, many challenges lie ahead for the accounting and finance sector, including key regulations like GDPR, ongoing Brexit negotiations, preparations for Making Tax Digital and technology changes.

The Financial Power List ranks the people we believe will have significant influence on the direction of the industry over the next 12 months. From government, practice and business, these 50 individuals have the power to make an impact in 2018.

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David Davis
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Philip Hammond
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David Sproul
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Elizabeth Truss
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Mel Stride
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Andrew Harding
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Andrew Bonfield
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Paul Aplin
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Nicky Morgan
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Sarah Albon
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Sarah Churchman
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Derek Mackay
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Paul Eagland
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Mark Carney
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John Sim
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Paul Morton
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Meg Hillier
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Jim Harra
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Anton Colella
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Rakesh Shaunak
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Phil Verity
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David Cobb
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Kevin Stopps
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Richard Murphy
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Brian Palmer
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Bill Dodwell
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John Cullinane
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Julie Adams
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Pascal Saint-Amans
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David Fenn
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Patrick Mears
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