Previous Winners of the ICAEW Outstanding Achievement Award
A list of winners of the ICAEW Outstanding Achievement Award, which is given to an individual ICAEW member who has served the community in the broadest sense.
Sir Michael Peat
For services to the Royal Household and his role in establishing HRH The Prince of Wales’ Accounting for Sustainability and Integrated Reporting projects.
In recognition of his outstanding achievements in serving the community, as well as his contribution to business and the accountancy profession during a highly successful career.
In recognition of his outstanding achievements in uniting public and private organisations to address the world’s economic and social challenges.
The first Asian female CEO of a FTSE 250 company, Ruby has been recognised for her exceptional contribution to business and diversity initiatives.
For her outstanding contribution to the profession in the UK and EU over the years, most notably regarding the development and introduction of IFRS, and to the development of UK government accounting.
For the great contribution he has made to the accountancy profession, global business and charitable activity.
For the influence he has had in business, music and performing arts over many years.
Sir Martin Broughton
For his significant achievements and contribution to industry over many years.
For his outstanding contribution to corporate and national issues in India over many years.
For her significant commitment over many years to the Public Sector at national and local level.
For his significant commitment over many years to rejuvenating deprived areas and helping disadvantaged groups in Yorkshire and for his significant contribution to regional business.
For her contributions to the small and medium-sized enterprise sector, better regulation and the profession.
For services to the profession and his leadership in the debate on reforms in the post-Enron era.
For his entrepreneurship and work for charity.
Sir William Castell
For his contribution to the life sciences industry and The Prince's Trust.
Professor Geoffrey Whittington
For his contribution to accounting academia, the development of accounting standards and public life.
For his leadership of The Hundred Group of Finance Directors and his career as a Finance Director.
For his contribution to the accountancy profession and to the community in North Wales.
For his contribution to the development of KPMG International.
Sir David Lees
For his services to British industry.
Ian Hay Davison
For his contribution to the accounting profession, public service and the Arts.
Sir David Tweedie
For his work as Chairman of the Accounting Standards Board.
The Rt. Hon. Lord Wakeham PC JP
For his contribution to government and public service.
Sir Nigel Rudd
For his contribution to British industry.
The Right Reverend James Lawton Thompson, Bishop of Bath and Wells
For his services to the Church of England and for his social and interfaith work.
Sir Brian Jenkins GBE MA DSc
For his contribution to the accountancy profession and to the City of London.
Sir Paul Girolami Bcom
For his services to industry and his contribution to the nation's exports.
Roger Spoor OBE
For his contribution to the North East of England.
Sir Ernest Harrison OBE
For his services to industry.
Arthur Thomas Booth
For his contribution to the North West of England.
Sir Bryan Carsberg
For his contributions at Oftel and to accounting research and education.
Professor Harold Edey
For his contribution to higher education and accounting research, knowledge and practice.
For services to charity (Live Aid/Band Aid).
Sir Owen Green
For services to industry.
For services to this country, the law and his profession.
Sir Trevor Holdsworth
For services to industry and the community.
For work in developing accounting standards and certain EEC Directives.
Sir Kenneth Cork
For professional, civic and charitable work.
For his work in the field of tax reform.