Welcome to the CIPFA Yorkshire & Humber region

UK mapCIPFA Yorkshire and Humber covers an area stretching from Chesterfield in the south to the River Tees in the north, and from the Pennines in the west to the North Sea in the east.

We support approximately 920 members (including students and retired members) who are, or have been, employed throughout the public services and private sector.

Local volunteers form an essential part of the regional network, and assist with our events throughout the year responding to key issues in the public sector. If you would like to get involved, no matter how little time you have to spare, please contact E: yorksandhumber@cipfa.org.

Who's who in your region

President (Chair)

Peter Holland
E: Peter.Holland@hullcc.gov.uk
Vice President - Regional Representative
Keith Hayes
E: Keith.hayes@bradford.gov.uk

Find the full list of branch committee members.

What's going on in your region

Regional events

Devolution - Can it deliver: Thursday 29 September , KPMG, 1 Sovereign Square, Leeds

Changes to devolution and business rates outlined in the latest budget are likely to have lasting and dramatic impacts on public services. Discussing whether  the devolution initiative can deliver.

Policy and guidance

CIPFA acts as the voice for public sector finance, conducting research and consultations, publishing guidance, codes of practice and thought leadership articles and blogs.

Find out more about what CIPFA stands for on CIPFA Thinks.

Meetings and minutes

The region holds regular executive meetings and is supported by a number of sub-groups including an events planning group.

If you would like to volunteer to support the work in the region, please contact E: yorksandhumber@cipfa.org.

Students Society

Find out more about the activities of the Yorkshire and Humber branch 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.