We are proud to confirm that the British Accountancy Awards (BAA) panel have shortlisted us for Large Firm Innovation of the Year (turnover above £25M) as part of their Excellence in Accounting and Finance Awards.
About the Large Firm Innovation of the Year award
This award seeks to recognise a unique, different and innovative approach to either business structure/strategy, or its approach to client service provision. Of particular interest to the judges is how the new approach is having a positive impact on clients, staff and the Practice as a whole.
Here’s what our awards contributors had to say about the nomination:
“This shortlisting is fantastic recognition of the Firm’s commitment to the ongoing development of our people into the next generation of trusted advisors. The success we’re seeing from the Early Adopter Group (EAG) initiative is testament to the hard work and dedication of our emerging talent to deliver our Brighter Thinking advisory approach to clients in pursuit of our overall strategy.”Mark Perrin – Strategic Advisory Partner
“We are delighted that our clear focus on supporting our people during this exciting transformation has been recognised by achieving a place on the shortlist. It is great to know that we stand out for imaginatively developing our talent as we strive to make Menzies the very best place to work.”Alison Pullman – HR Senior Manager
Menzies and the BAA
This is the fourth year in a row that Menzies have been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award and we’re really looking forward to the awards evening and the chance to celebrate the best in UK accounting and finance. Having previous been named National Accounting Firm of the Year (2016) and been shortlisted for Graduate/non-graduate Programme of the Year (2017) and Outstanding Advisory / Client Project of the Year (2018), we’re hoping we can go one better on the night!
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