Welcome to the CIPFA Scotland regional homepage

UK mapCIPFA's presence in Scotland includes a dedicated office and a regional branch. We provide events, awards, training, qualifications, an annual conference and more.

Formed in 1906, the Scottish branch has over 1,000 CIPFA-qualified full members and 300 student members. A number of important branch activities take place each year including the Annual Conference and the Development Weekend.

The chief function of the Scottish branch is to promote the policies and reputation of the Institute in Scotland, in particular the science of public finance and accountancy.

 

Who's who in your region

CIPFA has an office in Scotland and a local branch committee.

Chair of CIPFA Scotland branch

Mark White
E: Mark.White@ggc.scot.nhs.uk

Head of CIPFA Scotland

Don Peebles
T: 0131 221 8653

E: don.peebles@cipfa.org 

What's going on in your region

Regional events

What does Brexit mean for Scotland?, 21 September 2016

Hear a panel of experts debate the consequences of Brexit in an informal setting. Find out more.

LASAAC news and updates
The latest from the Local Authority Scotland Accounts Advisory Committee – developing and promoting proper accounting practice for Scottish local government.

Meetings and minutes

Regional Council agendas and action notes can be seen in our Meetings and minutes page.

CIPFA Student Network

The CIPFA Student Network is the voice of CIPFA students. It provides a voice for students at all levels of CIPFA governance: Board for the Regions, Members and Students Development Board and CIPFA Council.

Find out more about our Scottish Students' Society.

Regional networks

CIPFA’s thriving regions offer local events, training and networking opportunities. See what’s happening in your region:

Regional forum

A forum for CIPFA members and students in the regions to share ideas, documentation and discuss future plans.

The forum is restricted to CIPFA region members and uses the same login details as the CIPFA website. You will be asked to login if you are not already logged in to the website.

We have produced a guideline document on how to use the forum and some best practice hints and tips to help you get started.

Volunteering in your region

You could help your region to support members and students, in a variety of ways as a regional volunteer. We need the help of willing volunteers and have a broad range of opportunities for any member or student who is interested in getting involved.