|Full name||Sally Percy|
My specialist areas are all aspects of finance, accountancy, tax, treasury and business. I have also written on a diverse range of topics including management, gamification, online investing, outsourcing (for a special supplement in The Times) and stress. I take a lot of interest in diversity and inclusion issues and I write a lot about careers. Besides editorial work, I undertake a range of corporate assignments including writing white papers, reports and content marketing articles for FTSE companies and large professional services firms. I produced a paper on addressing the gender gap for EY, which was presented at Davos in January 2016. I have written a book on getting to the top in finance, which will be published by Bloomsbury in 2017.
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
Economia Accounting & Business The Treasurer CFO World Upward Curve STEP Journal Accountancy Magazine Antiques Trade Gazette
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||24-04-2017 13:06|
Sally Percy is one of the UK’s top finance and accountancy journalists. She writes for publications including The Telegraph, The Times, Economia, CFO World and Accounting and Business. She also undertakes corporate writing projects for well-known companies and organisations.
She previously edited The Treasurer, the official magazine of the Association of Corporate Treasurers, on a freelance basis between 2012 and 2015. From 2008 until 2012 she was editor of Accountancy magazine, then the official journal of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. The title had a circulation of over 150,000, making it one of Europe’s largest business-to-business magazines. In 2011, Accountancy was shortlisted for best monthly business magazine at the annual Periodical Publishers Association awards, the most prestigious awards ceremony in the UK magazine industry, and Sally herself was previously shortlisted for the best new business features writer award at the 2006 Periodicals Training Council awards.
Sally has interviewed and worked with a number of top finance professionals including the senior partners of top 10 accountancy firms and FTSE 100 finance directors.
She has written stories that have been covered by the Financial Times and she has been quoted in City AM and the Money section of The Sunday Times.
During her career, Sally has also written on a range of subjects including outsourcing, stress, English craftsmanship, age discrimination, home design and decor and farming for a number of publications including Antiques Trade Gazette, Payroll Manager’s Review and a daily newspaper in New Zealand.
Prior to becoming a journalist, Sally worked as a management consultant for Accenture. She has a BA in Modern History from the University of Oxford.