Infinity Partnership, the Aberdeen-based accountancy and business advisory firm, has been nominated for 12 national awards.
The company’s latest success is being shortlisted eight times – the most of any company – at the 2018 IRIS Customer Awards; the last of three London award events for Infinity in the next three weeks.
Infinity has been shortlisted in the following IRIS categories – Medium Firm of the Year, Client Excellence Firm of the Year, Fastest Growing Firm of the Year and Advisory Firm of the Year.
In addition, client manager Greg Houston (Accountant of the Year), Simon Cowie (Partner of the Year), Gail McShane (Graduate/Trainee of the Year) and Tracy Cowie (Practice Manager of the Year) have also been nominated. IRIS, an accountancy software business, will announce the winners on Tuesday, October 9.
These latest nominations follow on from Infinity being shortlisted in the 2018 Accounting Excellence Awards. On Thursday evening (September 20) Infinity will find out if it has won the Small Practice of the Year accolade.
On Wednesday, September 26 Infinity is up for three 2018 British Accountancy Awards – Independent Firm of the Year, (Scotland, Northern Ireland & North England), Partner of the Year (Simon Cowie) and Rising Star of the Year (Greg Houston). The company has clinched an award at each of the three previous British Accountancy Awards events.
Simon Cowie, managing partner at Infinity Partnership, said: “We’re delighted to be shortlisted for eight awards at the IRIS event. This follows on from four other national award nominations.
“These nominations are a testament to the team’s commitment to customer service, understanding of client requirements and use of modern-day accountancy software processes and procedures.”
An ACCA-platinum approved employer for trainee development, Infinity is recognised for its accountancy, research and development tax relief, mergers & acquisitions and corporate finance expertise, in particular in the oil & gas sector.
The business recently moved to new offices double the size of its previous premises to cope with increased demand for its services. Infinity, based on Carden Place, has a team of 20.
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