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Accountancy Age Award for Ken Wild

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18 Nov 2010

Ken Wild has been awarded the 2010 Accountancy Age Award for Outstanding Industry Contribution.

Accountancy Age lauds him as "as one of London's finest technical minds" and praises his "dedication to core principles that has helped him build a reputation for integrity".

Ken Wild was a partner at Deloitte for 26 years until his retirement in 2010, for much of that time he led the UK firm's technical department and, more recently, the Global IFRS Leadership Team. Mr Wild was also a member of the ASB from 1994 to 2003 and IFRIC from 2003 to 2009. He also helped maintain IAS Plus and has written numerous articles and books on accounting. He is currently a Fellow, Judge Business School, Cambridge University, where he lectures on financial reporting in the School's masters' programmes.

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