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IAB 2013 Winners revealed

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KPMG, Grant Thornton and MSI Global Alliance were among the winners of the 2013 International Accounting Bulletin Awards.

The cocktail reception, which took place in London on 14th March, was attended by more than 90 industry leaders including special guest former IFAC chief executive Ian Ball, who received the lifetime achievement award.

International Accounting Bulletin received more than 100 nominations from across the world across 14 categories. The shortlists and winners were decided by a judging panel, comprising former IASB chairman and current ICAS president Sir David Tweedie, ACCA technical director Sue Almond and Wragge & Co's partner and head of accounting and actuarial liability Jane Howard, as well as the editorial team of International Accounting Bulletin.

This year's winners were:

Network of the Year

  • Grant Thornton International


Rising Star Network

  • Nexia International

Association of the Year

  • MSI Global Alliance

Rising Star Association

  • Praxity

Audit Innovation of the Year

  • Mazars for its Corporate Culture Audit

Advisory Firm of the Year

  • Crowe Horwath international

Employer of the Year

  • Plante Moran

Editor's Special Award

  • RSM for RSM World Day

Sustainable Firm of the Year

  • KPMG and SizweNtsalubaGobodo

Social Networking Champion of the Year

  • KPMG

IT Vendor of the Year

  • IRIS

Young Accountant of the Year

  • Sarah Griffiths & Masuzyo Mulenga

IAB Personality of the Year

  • Pauline Wallace from PwC UK

Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Ian Ball

 

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