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Global Accounting Power 50 vote opens

The first stage of voting has opened for the International Accounting Bulletin and The Accountant Global Accounting Power 50 list, the only truly global ranking of the most influential people in the accounting profession.

This year, for the first time, voting is initially open to the public, so this is your chance to have a say who you think should make it on to the final list. The vote is anonymous.

The public vote closes Friday 15 November. The public vote will be followed by a final vote by an external judging panel, which will take into account the public vote.

The final list will be revealed in the first half of December.

Vote now

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