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IAB launches industry awards

The International Accounting Bulletin is hosting industry awards to commemorate excellence in the global accounting.

The awards are the first to focus on accounting networks and associations, as well as global innovations in audit, tax and consulting. The event will also feature awards for high achieving individuals, employers of choice and vendors.

International Accounting Bulletin awards 2012International Accounting Bulletin has been analysing the global accounting industry for over a quarter of a century, including exclusive research on more than 20 countries and regions each year. We have a very strong connection to the accounting industry and this gives us a great platform to recognise high achievers and innovation,” said International Accounting Bulletin Editor Arvind Hickman.

“We encourage networks and associations of all sizes to nominate for awards. We hope, over time, the IAB awards will become synonymous with excellence in the global accounting industry.”


Nominations have now opened across 14 categories:

  • Network of the Year
  • Rising Star Network
  • Association of the Year
  • Rising Star Association
  • Audit Innovation of the Year
  • Tax Adviser of the Year
  • Consultancy of the Year
  • Employer of the Year
  • CSR Innovation of the Year
  • Sustainable Firm of the Year
  • IT Vendor of the Year
  • Personality of the Year
  • Young Accountant of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

The nomination period will now close on 13 January 2012. Please note this is an extension on the initial deadline of 16 December 2011.

A judging panel comprised of industry experts will shortlist candidates for each category before the winners are formally announced in London on 23 February 2012.

To nominate or find out more information about the awards, please visit the International Accounting Bulletin Awards website.

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