Welcome to the CIPFA South East region

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CIPFA South East is the largest of the CIPFA regions, with nearly 5,500 members and students.

We have an active regional council, local groups and a students' society. 

We run a varied programme of free and low-cost events for members and students. Events are held across the whole region, both in central London and in local hubs.

Who's who in your region

Regional President

Rosanne Fleming
E: president@cipfasoutheast.org.uk

See the full list of members of the regional council.

What's going on in your region

Regional events

Find out about regional activities in the Southeast.

Useful documents and downloads

Presentations from some previous events are available to download from the Useful documents and downloads page.

Retired members

There are some 900 retired members in the South East region. Find out more.

Local groups

Local groups form an essential part of our regional network, run entirely by volunteers. Meetings are open to all members of the region as well as members and students of AAT and other affiliates, except where stated otherwise.

Active local groups include:

If you'd like to get involved in starting a new group, please contact John Barker, Regional Secretary, E: secretary@cipfasoutheast.org.uk.

Meetings and minutes

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


The South East CIPFA Student Network runs student events, supports students with academic or career development queries, and feeds student concerns into the CIPFA Student Network.

Find out more about joining and attending events for CIPFA students in the South East.

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.