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Building Public Trust and the Role of Effective Financial Reporting
This key conference will help finance practitioners understand the important financial management issues and reporting changes that face local authorities and the crucial steps necessary to make in order to be prepared for those changes.
The essential updates, insight and material provided at this conference will be especially relevant in a period of uncertainty and sustained resource constraint.
20 November 2018Starts: 10:00Ends: 16:15
CIPFA Scotland160 Dundee StreetEdinburghEH11 1DQ[See map]
£295.00 excl VAT
£235.00 excl VAT
There will also be opportunities throughout the day to network with colleagues in other local authorities facing the same issues and to engage directly with CIPFA representatives about issues raised during the conference or to discuss other questions you may have.
All finance professionals working in local government and those who supply services to the sector.
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Caroline has been a Finance Advisory Network advisor at CIPFA since early 2013, supporting practitioners in all aspects of local government accounting and particularly in the technical area of collection fund accounting. E: firstname.lastname@example.org, T: 01964 533097.
Having gained 17 years of experience working in Scottish local government, Gareth joined CIPFA in 2008. His role in CIPFA’s Edinburgh office includes supporting members and associated organisations with technical advice and guidance; provision of Scottish Finance Advisory Network events and support to subscribing organisations; secretariat services to LASAAC relating to Scottish local government accounting requirements; participation in the NHS Technical Accounting Group; delivery of public and in-house training events; and additional consultancy and project work as required. Gareth’s objective is to help his fellow finance practitioners address the practical challenges they face in meeting their professional responsibilities. E: email@example.com, T: 0131 221 8644, M: 0782 694 7719.