Six HLB finalists in The Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin Awards
18 August 2016
LONDON – Established to celebrate excellence in the accounting profession, The Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin Awards will once again showcase both individuals and businesses that have moved the industry forward.
Six HLB members have been nominated this year:
Prime Advice (HLB Russia), finalist in the Advisory Project of the Year category.
Simon Byrne (HLB Sheehan Quinn, Ireland), finalist in the Young Accountant of the Year category.
Guru & Jana, Chartered Accountants (HLB India), finalist in the Thought Leadership Initiative of the Year.
Bill Hagaman (WithumSmith+Brown, HLB USA) finalist in Personality of the Year category.
David Stene (Eide Bailly, HLB USA) finalist in Lifetime Achievement category.
Final results will be announced at a gala reception held in London on 6th October.
Prior to the awards, there will be a one-day conference which will bring together some of the most prominent people from the industry. The 2015 Young Accountant of the Year winner, Amy Askew, will be part of the expert speakers at the prestigious event.
Congratulations to all of the HLB International finalists.
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