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Network of the year

Baker Tilly Named Network of the Year

Baker Tilly International was recently named as the recipient of the highly regarded Network of the Year Award during the annual Accountant and International Accounting Bulletin awards.

The annual Accountant & International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) awards celebrate excellence in the accounting profession and bring together some of the most prominent people in the industry.

The IAB Network of the Year is awarded to networks that have demonstrated the execution of profitable growth strategies during the past 12 months and have excelled in a number of key strategic and operational areas. They are also recognised by the industry as a reputable brand that consistently delivers high quality professional services.

Commenting on the award, Ted Verkade, CEO and President of Baker Tilly International, said: “I am exceptionally proud that the network has been recognised by IAB for our outstanding growth, our innovation and commitment to delivering excellent client service, and for being the first network to obtain the ACCA Approved Employer status award in professional development”.

The finalists and winners were selected by an independent panel of judges comprising: Deborah McSkimming of HRH The Prince of Wales Accounting for Sustainability Project; Doreen Remmen of IMA; Mark Koziel of the AICPA; Warren Allen former president of IFAC; and Vincent Papa of CFA Institute.

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