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Seven nominations for Women in Accountancy & Finance Awards

Blick Rothenberg, and a number of individuals across the firm, have been shortlisted in a total of seven categories for the Women in Accountancy & Finance Awards.

The awards were created to honour the inspiring achievements of women across all parts of accountancy and to help shape the discussion around how diversity can be improved within the sector.

The seven award nominations include:

Contribution to Gender Diversity Award

Blick Rothenberg

Leader of the Year – Practice (National and global)

Caroline Le Jeune

Genevieve Morris


Woman of the Year – Practice (National)

Caroline Le Jeune

Genevieve Morris

Suzanne Willis


Male Diversity Champion of the Year

Nilesh Shah

I’m delighted that three of our female leaders have been recognised in our industry for both their inspiring achievements and helping to improve diversity within the sector. Nilesh Shah, CEO

“I think the nomination for the firm as a whole tells me that we are on the right path. We have made good progress through the initiatives developed by our Diversity and Inclusion Group and Women’s Network. However, we still have some work to do to make sure that this is a place where all of our colleagues have an equal chance of becoming successful within the business.”

All shortlisted nominations can be found on the Women in Accountancy & Finance Awards website, here. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony taking place at the Hilton Bankside, London, on Wednesday, 6 May 2020.

You can learn more about how we are working to improve and promote gender diversity at Blick Rothenberg in the video that we created for International Women’s Day 2020 #EachforEqual.

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