This special one day event is designed to help you gain an understanding of the core themes of treasury and capital finance.
Private Sector delegate Price £495.00 + Vat. Please contact email@example.com or call 0207 5435600 to book
24 September 2019Starts: 10:00Ends: 16:00
Free Trade HallFree Trade HallPeter StreetManchesterM2 5GP[See map]
£345.00 excl VAT
£295.00 excl VAT
Delivered by a line up of expert practitioners, this event is of interest to staff at all levels particularly those that are new to treasury or those seeking a refresher course focused upon best practice.
Attendees will benefit from learning about:
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Neil has been a CIPFA Advisor for pensions and treasury management since 2009, running networks on both subjects with over 150 subscribing authorities combined. He represents CIPFA and Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Funds at various key events and also attends CIPFA pensions panels. He also organises workshops and conferences, produces newsletters, and co-ordinates queries to support members and promote best practice.
E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: 01287 619679.
Jackie Shute is a Director and Co-founder at Public Sector Live which is a leading provider of market risk analytics to UK local government. As well as providing regular treasury management risk studies to local authorities Jackie also provides bespoke treasury and risk based projects to the public sector. Jackie has considerable public sector experience ranging from county councils to London councils and even spent time as financial accountant to the Falkland Islands Government.
Roy is a fellow of CIPFA whose career has straddled the public and private sectors. Roy joined RP Martin in 2015 having spent 20 years in the public sector in a variety of senior roles, his last being Deputy s151 of a London Borough helping them deliver in excess of £100m of corporate savings and to win numerous LGPS investment awards.
As CIPFA’s educational development manager in the late 1990’s he managed the redevelopment of the Professional Accountancy Qualification. After leaving CIPFA, Roy worked as an independent consultant, specialising in pension and treasury management. During this time he co-authored an MSc in Public Sector Treasury Management with Nottingham Trent University. Following the Icelandic banking crisis, Roy was appointed chair of CIPFA’s Treasury Management Network and helped establish CIPFA’s Pensions Network.
Roy holds degree in Criminology from the University of Westminster.
Introduction to Public Sector Treasury Management