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International Accounting Bulletin Awards 2015 finalists

This year's finalists for the 2015 International Accounting Bulletin Awards have been announced and winners will be disclosed at the International Accounting Bulletin: Forum & Awards 2015 event held on 1 October.

The finalists and winners have been selected by an independent panel of judges including Jane Howard partner at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co LLP; Ndungu Gathinji former chairman of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and former IFAC board member; and Mark Koziel vice president - firm services & global alliances at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

NETWORK OF THE YEAR

  • BDO
  • KPMG
  • PwC

RISING STAR NETWORK

  • Auren
  • Santa Fe
  • ShineWing
  • SMS Latinoamerica
  • Reanda

ASSOCIATION OF THE YEAR

  • DFK International
  • INPACT
  • Praxity

RISING STAR ASSOCIATION

  • ABACUS
  • INPACT

AUDIT INNOVATION OF THE YEAR

  • Caseware
  • Deloitte

ADVISORY FIRM OF THE YEAR

Global organisations:

  • Crowe Horwath International
  • PwC

Single firms:

  • Crowe Horwath UAE
  • Clearwater
  • Nexia Malta

EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR

  • Grant Thornton International
  • HLB International
  • Mazars
  • Nexia Tanzania
  • PwC

SUSTAINABLE FIRM OF THE YEAR

  • Crowe Horwath International
  • KPMG
  • ShineWing

SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKING CHAMPION OF THE YEAR:

Global organisations:

  • KPMG
  • Mazars

Single firms:

  • Baker Tilly Malaysia
  • Nexia SKP
  • RSM Egypt

IT VENDOR

  • Blackline
  • Caseware
  • FreeAgent
  • HLB International
  • Intuit

YOUNG ACCOUNTANT OF THE YEAR

  • Amy Askew, partner at Menzies LLP, HLB UK
  • Benjamin Mullin, chair of the global board of directors at the Institute of Management Accountants

PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR

  • Fayezul Choudhury, CEO, IFAC
  • Olivia Kirtley, president of the board, IFAC
  • Sacha Romanovitch, CEO, Grant Thornton UK

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

  • Aziz Dieye, founding member, Pan-African Federation of Accountants
  • Fayezul Choudhury, CEO, IFAC
  • Geoff Barnes, immediate past CEO and president of Baker Tilly International
  • Jos Van Huut, board member of Royal NIVRA; vice-president Federation of European Accountants; member of managing board and governance council of Paxiti AISBL
  • Khalid Maniar, founder and group managing partner of Horwath MAK
  • Olivia Kirtley, president of the board, IFAC
  • Raul Correa, CEO, BDO Brazil
  • Zhang Ke, chairman, ShineWing International

 

 

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