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Sessions on post-COVID and Brexit recovery, audit reform, tax developments and the impact of digitalisation on the profession.See programme highlights
Considered insight from respected experts chosen for their understanding of the key issues facing the profession.Meet our speakers
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New for 2021 we are providing sessions to enable delegates to meet and share their experiences.
Highlights from our programme
- Post-COVID recovery - international viewpoints
- The economics of biodiversity
- Governance and audit reform
- Tax update
- Hooking up to the machine
- Building an inclusive mental health culture
- Accountants of COVID
- On demand
- Diversity in governance: getting younger NEDs on board
- On demand
Emily is Head of Evidence and Policy for the Economics of Biodiversity independent review team based at HM Treasury. Previously she worked on England’s new Environmental Land Management scheme at Defra and as Chief Adviser for Economics and Sustainability in WWF’s Global Science team. She is a member of ICAEW’s Sustainability Committee.
Paul has been Director of the IFS since January 2011. He is also visiting professor in the Department of Economics at University College London. He has worked and published extensively on the economics of public policy and was awarded a CBE for services to the social sciences and economics in 2018.
Prior to joining the FRC Jon was the CEO of HMRC and before that Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Defence. Jon has had a lengthy finance career including as Director General, Finance at the MoD, Director General, Corporate Services at the Department for Education and Finance Director of Ofsted. Before joining the Civil Service he held roles in the public and corporate sectors.
I found the programme engaging and informative. I especially liked the ability to attend remotely and choose the sessions that were tailored for me."
I really appreciated the range of topics and the chance to hear from others’ experiences."