Listicle of the Day: Firms That Have Topped the Vault Accounting 50

Except for 2012 when the Purple Rose of Chicago shockingly was named the best accounting firm to work for, a Big 4 firm has been ranked No. 1 in all the other Vault Accounting 50s.

Which firm has led the most through the years? Obviously the most prestigiousiest one:

  • PwC: 9
  • Deloitte: 1
  • EY: 1
  • Grant Thornton: 1

Here’s a handy-dandy list of which firms topped the Vault Accounting 50 each year dating back to 2011:

One of these days it’ll happen for you, KPMG. One of these days.

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