CIPFA Northern Ireland Conference, 11 October 2018, Stormont
Welcome to the 2018 CIPFA Northern Ireland Conference from:
Catherine McFarland, Chair of CIPFA Northern Ireland and Andy Burns former CIPFA President;
Conference Chair – Jamie Delargy
Affordability, Accountability and Outcomes
Celine McStravick, Director of NCB in Northern Ireland
Refreshments and Exhibition
2018 Global Risk Report – Environment
Every year the Global Risks Report is produced by the World Economic Forum, with support from Zurich. We will introduce the key findings of the 2018 report including the top 5 risk areas and to participate in an interactive session looking at the number one risk, Environment, and how it relates to you and your organisations.
We will consider key risk areas such as extreme weather events, the failure of climate change adaption and how this links through to insurance issues such as flooding, property damage as well as wider impacts on ability to deliver services.
Sponsored by Zurich
NI Audit Office, Outcomes Best Practice Framework and Toolkit
Neil Gray, Director, NIAO
Scottish Government Budget Process Review:
Planning, Performance and Accountability
Stephen Boyle, Audit Scotland
Influence, collaboration and capacity building: Supporting delivery of national performance at a local level in Scotland
Mark McAteer, OEPB Board Member
Lunch and Exhibition
Gender Budgeting – restructuring revenue and spending decisions to eliminate unequal gendered outcomes.
2018 Global Risks Report – Cyber & Data Loss
Join us for our second session looking at the top risk areas identified in the 2018 Global Risks Report, produced by World Economic Forum with support from Zurich as a strategic partner. This interactive workshop will look at Cyber & Data
Loss, along with fraud all of which appear within the top 5 global risks by likelihood. Cyber risks intensified in 2017 and the cost of cyber-crime to businesses is expected to represent 8 trillion USD over the next five years. We will consider how these risks could impact you and your organisatio, both internally and externally and how you should be responding.
Professional Ethics – Upping Your Game
The ethical challenges in today’s public services are outlined along with tips on how to navigate through them
Margaret Pratt, Chair CIPFA Ethics Working Group
Brexit and the Irish Border Question
NI Economic Outlook and the Public Sector
Esmond Birnie, Ulster University
Data, Technology and Service Outcomes from LPS
Nova Programme Director
Accounting for Nature
Jonathan Bell, NI Lead
Motivate Your Staff and Yourself!
Paul McVeigh, former Northern Ireland International Footballer
Close of conference –
Catherine McFarland, Chair CIPFA NI Branch
17:00 – 19:00
Evening drinks reception and dinner
Hosted by Catherine McFarland and the CIPFA NI Branch Committee
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