CIPFA Northern Ireland is the focal point for improving public finance, governance and performance in central government, local government or arm’s length bodies. Our Northern Ireland office and branch are here to help whether you want to become a qualified accountant, need help with a major governance issue, or need to improve your skills in governance, finance and related topics.
CIPFA responds to non-domestic rating review in Northern Ireland
CIPFA has responded to the public consultation led by the Department of Finance and Personnel seeking views on a review of Northern Ireland’s Non-Domestic Rating System. Read CIPFA's submission.
Save the date: CIPFA NI Annual Conference
The NI Annual Conference will take place on 11 October 2016 in Belfast. Further details will be available soon.
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Northern Ireland Balance Sheet
CIPFA NI has launched the first ever comprehensive study of the net financial position of devolved public sector services in Northern Ireland.
The Northern Ireland Balance Sheet, compiled using the financial statements of devolved public sector bodies, estimates that the country currently owns £51.8bn of assets and owes £51.3bn in liabilities.
Strong leadership needed in Northern Ireland to deal with budget cuts effectively
CIPFA has called for strong and decisive leadership on the budget if the Northern Irish Executive (NIE) is to properly manage NI’s public expenditure crisis read more.
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