The headline award - Accountancy Age Personality of the Year - went to Paul van Buitenen, the accountant who blew the whistle on reporting irregularities at the European Parliament. Van Buitenen won with the overwhelming backing of readers for his courage.The awards, relaunched after a three-year gap, to commemorate Accountancy Age's thirtieth year, were held last night in London's Natural History Museum. Designed to reflect accounting excellence in both practice and business, categories included small, medium and large firms of the year to finance director and business reports of the year.To find out who the winners are, click on the awards box on the right.
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