Finance Professionals' Programme
The finance environment is continually changing, with new legislation and emerging issues impacting the way we work every day. The structure of finance teams within organisations has to be able to manage this continuous change, with new roles being created to cover emerging areas.
To encompass this changing audience, the Financial Controller and Finance Leader Network name has been changed to the Finance Professionals’ Programme, illustrating the relevance to all members of finance management as well as the breadth of the information we cover in our workshops, seminars and e-bulletins.
The Finance Professionals’ Programme is one of a suite of three role based networks for finance specialists:
- Finance Professionals' Programme – essential updates for finance management
- Future Finance Leaders Programme – for high flying individuals who aspire to becoming a FTSE350 CFO or equivalent in their next two or three career moves
- Chief Financial Officer Programme – for the CFO community
To find out more, please email us at Finance Professionals' Programme or call us on +44 20 7951 9378.
Audit Exemption webcast
For financial years ending on or after 1 October 2012, a new audit exemption is available for those subsidiary companies which do not meet the small company and small group exemption requirements but have a European Economic Area parent willing to guarantee their debts and liabilities.
Listen to our webcast recording.
For more information on audit exemptions please see our Audit exemptions Regulatory Flyer 564K, January 2013.
The future of UK and Irish GAAP
The FRC’s changes to the framework of financial reporting represent a new challenge and potential opportunity for all companies currently reporting under UK and Irish GAAP. Read more about the future of UK and Irish GAAP.
Eurozone – Spring 2013
Our spring 2013 Eurozone forecast predicts a mid-year turning point, but this fragile confidence still faces challenges.
T Magazine – 2013
In this 10th issue of T Magazine, we explore how tax risk and controversy have changed since the financial crisis. We look at emerging risk areas and explore how the relationship between companies and their external stakeholders, including the media, tax administrations and campaign groups, is evolving.
ITEM Club – Winter 2013 forecast
In its winter forecast, ITEM says UK recovery will continue to be slow and we can't expect a return to trend growth rates until 2015
Drought or drowning
We explore key considerations for the CFOs of cash rich and cash poor companies, to help them seize the opportunities, manage the complexities and steer their company through this unusual economic environment.
Read the latest issue of T-Magazine – our tax insights for business leaders.