CIPFA Treasury Management & Capital Conference 2019


Event summary

During the past year we have seen significant political events which are changing the public sector landscape. However, some of the ongoing challenges also remain. Austerity in public budgets has continued to place pressure on scarce resources and the low yield market environment means that those with investment balances and financing requirements are starting to think differently

This event is FREE For Public Sector delegates.

£495.00 + Vat for Private Sector delegates.

Private sector delegates please contact E: to book.


06 November 2019
Starts: 10:15
Ends: 16:00


America Square Conference Centre
One America Square
17 Crosswall
Greater London
[See map]

Standard price

£0.00 excl VAT

*online booking for this event has closed. Bookings can now be made by phoning 020 7543 5892.

About this event

CIPFA has developed the new Financial Management Code and Resilience Index along with additional guidance in support of the Prudential Code. We have also seen the MHCLG take a greater interest in commercial property which has led to a review by the National Audit Office into this issue. Beyond political events, the concerns around climate change are now impacting on investments and the financial markets, with all investors re-evaluating their strategies and seeking new opportunities that deliver wider benefits along with financial returns.

Against this backdrop we believe that attendance at this year’s free to attend conference is an absolute must . Our sessions have carefully been chosen to reflect the most critical issues currently facing treasury practitioners.

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at treasury practitioners, capital accountants, managers with responsibility for treasury and capital, senior finance managers and chief finance offices along with elected members with treasury or capital responsibilities.

How will I benefit?

  • CIPFA CEO Rob Whiteman shares his views on how public sector financing will look in 2020 and beyond.
  • Hear the latest thoughts on the global economy and forecasts for interest rates.
  • Consider how the capital strategy is evolving to incorporate commercial objectives.
  • Participate in a panel discussion around social and environmental investing.

CPD hours:

Four and a half hours.


  • Local government
  • / Risk management
  • / Treasury management

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