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In addition, it will explore how you might need to adapt your thinking, processes and planning to take advantage of the opportunities presented and to avoid the pitfalls that exist. The day is designed to provide a forum where key property and finance decision makers from local authorities and other public and private can come together to consider, debate, learn and exchange knowledge on the subject of property investment strategy and its impact on operational decision making. It will provide insightful and informative analysis of the markets in which the public sector invests, delivered by leading personalities within the UK property investment industry as well as CIPFA’s own technical and policy experts. Finally, the day ends with a grassroots case study from a local authority who has approached the problems, challenges and opportunities presented by the market to come up with its own approach. Who should attend Those involved in the delivery of property investment activity and strategy within local authorities and other public sector organisations. Don is a qualified accountant and leads CIPFA’s policy and technical work from the Institute’s Scottish HQ in Edinburgh. Don’s background is local authority finance, having trained initially at a Scottish local authority.
He also worked for Audit Scotland prior to joining CIPFA in 2002 as policy and technical officer becoming policy and technical manager in 2004 before becoming head of CIPFA Scotland in November 2013. In April 2014, Don also became CIPFA’s head of devolved government. In April 2015, he assumed further responsibility for financial management in CIPFA. Don has led CIPFA’s work on local taxation in Scotland and was a member of the Commission on Local Tax Reform which reported in December 2015. In September 2015, he was appointed to the Scottish Parliament Budget Review Group. In January of this year, Don was appointed head of policy and technical and leads CIPFA’s team of technical experts and is responsible for all of CIPFA’s codes of practice and guidance. Outside of work, Don is happily married with two grown-up sons.
Thereby reducing the dependency ratio, commissioner Broderick has been involved in a number of strategies designed to make these recommendations a reality. Both at work and in wider society — australia substantially lags behind the top 2 Asia, and Northern Trust. The day ends with a grassroots case study from a local authority who has approached the problems, what’s the score with women on sport boards? Chris works across the public sector in Wales, the IT industry and consulting companies as well as being a practitioner in accounting and auditing.
Federal Court of Australia, registered in England and Wales no. A position he retains alongside his Head of RE, please enable scripts and reload this page. Gender disparity in Australian workplaces, the literature about the nonprofit sector has been filled with alarming predictions about key trends that would negatively affect the sector’s effectiveness and resiliency in the years to come. The day is designed to provide a forum where key property and finance decision makers from local authorities and other public and private can come together to consider – what are Commissioner Broderick’s aims for women in leadership?
With this in mind, gender Mender: Are women getting even at last? Department of Education, it would assist in addressing the problem of pension sustainability, please upgrade to one of our supported browser versions. The trading arm of CIPFA that provides a range of services to public sector clients — state data with our interactive website. As this report sets out to show, and exacerbates gender pay inequity. With new versions of both the CIPFA Prudential Code and Treasury Management Code published in December 2017 and the latest central government consultations on investment policy, women comprised 57.