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Accountants, business and financial advisers Kreston Reeves has been named as one of five finalists at the Accounting Excellence Awards 2020, Large Firm of the Year category. The awards ceremony will this year take place on 2 February 2021 in London.
This award recognises and celebrates the support Kreston Reeves is giving to its clients and the contribution it is making to the wider profession. To select the finalists, judges looked for entries that demonstrated strength and quality of the firm, client vision and the defining qualities that help firms stand out in a highly competitive market.
Nigel Fright, Managing Partner at Kreston Reeves comments, “It is fantastic to be named finalists at these awards, particularly during such a challenging year. Everyone at Kreston Reeves works very hard to really know, understand and support their clients allowing us to deliver a quality, personal service and continuously develop the firm and our processes”.
Andrew Griggs, Senior Partner at Kreston Reeves added, “Despite the challenges we have all experienced this year, both personally and professionally, I’m immensely proud of how our people have come together to work through this – for our clients and for each other. I’m delighted everyone’s work has been recognised in this way.”
Now in their 10th year the Accounting Excellence Awards are organised by AccountingWEB.co.uk partnered by The Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and ACCA, the global body for professional accountants.