We’re delighted to announce the winners of our champagne prize draw. You’ll recall that our February issue carried a fax-back questionnaire on what you thought of your auditors. As an added incentive – and to encourage responses from readers who did not have any particular bee in their bonnet about their box-tickers – we offered five bottles of champagne. The winners are: Donald Taylor, finance director at transport group First Aberdeen; David Kitley FCCA, the company secretary at Metron Technology in Taunton; James Bunkum, UK financial controller of car manuals group Haynes Publishing; David Wallace, finance director of Abbey National Financial & Investment Services in Glasgow; and Nigel Moore, finance director of Cambridgeshire-based IFG Life & Pensions. Congratulations all round!
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