Magazine article Public Finance

CIPFA Events

Magazine article Public Finance

CIPFA Events

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QPFA, the leading public finance and accountancy body, is the major event and course providerforthe public services. Our events range from tech nica I updates to conferences on strategic issues. Coveringfinance, governance and performance topics across all the public services, they are not to be missed. Some of the forthcoming ones can be seen below.

CIPFA REGIONS

Regional events developed by CIPFA volunteers allow members and students to share best practice, network and explore how strategic issues apply locally. Many are free or at a nominal cost. For more info on the regions, visit www.cipfa. org/regions

March 6 Birmingham

CIPFA in the Midlands AGM and development event

This is a key annual event for members in the Midlands region. It comprises the formal business of the Midlands region annual general meeting, a 90-minute personal development session entitled 'Developing your personal and professional resilience to support yourself and others through times of change' and the presentation of certificates to new members. Visit our website for more information on the personal development session

www.cipfa.org/events

March 7 Windermere

CIPFA in the North West audit risk and governance group: annual development training event

Attend this event to find out about the latest advanced visualisation tools that can help you to analyse data that are tricky to interpret by traditional means, work out how much risk your organisation can bear, learn from Oldham Council's innovative internal audit practices, hear a lawyer's viewpoint of the key aspects of procurement fraud, ensure that your assurances are worth more than just the paper they are written on, and ask questions about the audit risk and governance matters that affect you.

www.cipfa.org/events

March 10 Winchester

Public Finance in Wessex 2014 Conference

A one-day conference brought to you by CIPFA South East and CIPFA South West.

The morning session will discuss what is happening in public finance in Wessex. Presentations will cover the H3 partnership, how to identify and manage the risks associated with new partnerships and the Solent City Deal.

The afternoon session will cover welfare reform issues that local authorities are facing and there will be a joint presentation by Jaki Salisbury, CIPFA president, and Rob Whiteman, CIPFA chief executive, to share the latest information about CIPFAs plans for the future. …

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