West Midlands: Annual conference - Driving Innovation and Value With ESG Accounting

West Midlands - British Motor Museum, Gaydon

23 September, 2022

9:00 am - 4:15 pm BST


West Midlands: Annual conference - Driving Innovation and Value With ESG Accounting

Location: West Midlands - British Motor Museum, Gaydon

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Experience an inspiring day of expert delivered face-to-face CPD content focussing on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) accounting including how innovation drives ESG progress. Great value - take advantage of early bird price £60. Other highlights include private lunchtime tour of British Motor Museum, networking in Sky Suite with panoramic views and a look at latest Jaguar EV's.

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Programme outline

Focus without interruption, communicate clearly and discuss challenges of environmental, social and governance (ESG) accounting with like-minded professionals, especially how you can innovate to make your business more sustainable .

The conference will be held at the fascinating British Motor Museum - five minutes from J12, M40.

Top speakers from PwC, KPMG, University of Birmingham, The Senator Group and past president Paul Ash, FCMA, CGMA, will share their expertise on:

  1. The Association’s Role in Developing the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB).

  2. Road to Net-Zero: Rethinking the role of corporate governance and strategy.

  3. Tax and ESG

  4. Case study from The Senator Group on success in providing a constant stream of innovation to be reach their sustainability goals.

  5. The future of driving and a look at the latest EV's.

We also have two optional lunchtime private tours of the British Motor Museum which has one of the top car collections in the world plus there will be the latest electric Jaguar models on display.

You can book for yourself and colleagues. The conference would also suit a team building event.

The Sky Suite is an inspirational space located on the top floor of the museum, with large panoramic windows and rooftop balcony with fabulous views .

The conference is excellent value and will be an experience you're glad you didn't miss!

Book now to secure your place and we look forward to giving you a warm welcome.

The early bird price is applied in your basket once you have booked.

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Booking information

  • 23 September, 2022 / 9:00 am - 4:15 pm BST

    Location: British Motor Museum, Banbury Road Gaydon, Lighthorne Heath, Warwick CV35 0BJ

    Price: £70.00 (CIMA members only)


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  • Paul Ash, FCMA, CGMA

    Paul Ash

    Past President of The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

    Paul has a degree in economics and began his career in the industrial manufacturing sector. He then moved into the financial services sector and joined the London Stock Exchange (LSE). He worked his way up to become Chief Accountant at the LSE and led changes to the Exchange’s reporting systems during the deregulation of the financial securities markets in 1986 (the “Big Bang”). In 1989, Paul joined the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) as CFO Europe, Africa, and Middle East.

    Following a 12-year career in the City, Paul returned to industry and commerce undertaking corporate finance roles with British Gas plc and Greenergy International Limited, before joining Institute for International Research (IIR) as Group Finance Director in 1996. During his time at IIR, Paul financed and integrated more than 30 international corporate acquisitions in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.