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Reimagine Finance Transformation and Mergers and Acquisitions

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Reimagine Finance Transformation and Mergers and Acquisitions

Webcast: 15 March, 2023 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm GMT

The pandemic has been the catalyst for frequent change in the accounting and finance profession. Your organization can thrive when it fully embraces change and transformation.

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Key Tips To Passing Your F1 Exam

Key Tips To Passing Your F1 Exam

Location: Virtual

Join this concise webinar to learn tips and tricks to pass your F1 exam.

Key Tips To Passing Your P1 Exam
LIVE

Virtual

23 February, 2023

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm GMT

Event

Events

Key Tips To Passing Your P1 Exam

Key Tips To Passing Your P1 Exam

Location: Virtual

Join this brief lunchtime webinar to hear tips and tricks to help you pass your P1 exam.

Events

Brewery Experience Evening

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Brewery Experience Evening

Location: West Midlands - Coventry

Meet award-winning master brewer, Pedro Oliveira and enjoy a tour of Dhillon's Brewery.

Planning, forecasting & budgeting

Pensions Developments, update by Zurich

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Pensions Developments, update by Zurich

Location: Webinar

The Master Trust: Driving better outcomes for members

Essential Technical Skills: Accounting Standards and Tax Update
LIVE

Virtual

15 March, 2023

9:15 am - 5:30 pm GMT

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Events

Essential Technical Skills: Accounting Standards and Tax Update

£50.00

Essential Technical Skills: Accounting Standards and Tax Update

Location: Virtual

Calling all management accountants! Join us live for this one-day Essential Technical Skills – Accounting Standards and Tax Annual Update, which is for all accountants and financial managers looking to refresh their skills and knowledge.

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What accountants get wrong with budgeting and cash flow forecasting

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What accountants get wrong with budgeting and cash flow forecasting

Location: UK – Central Southern England

During this session, Phil Sayers, Founder, Proten Sales Development, will explore the real value to clients of budgeting and forecasting and consider how to build budgets and forecasts that will truly help your clients and keep them sufficiently interested in working with you throughout the year, rather than just at year end.

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Stand up and support your CIMA community

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Stand up and support your CIMA community

Location: UK - South West England and South Wales

Your area, South West England & South Wales, welcomes new volunteers and we would love for you to join us to learn more about your local network, what we do, and how you can get involved. Join Area Chair, Robert Dickenson, and other Area board members at this informal virtual zoom meeting.

The next normal – emerging with confidence to manage and lead
LIVE

Rotherham/Sheffield

27 February, 2023

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm GMT

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Events

The next normal – emerging with confidence to manage and lead

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The next normal – emerging with confidence to manage and lead

Location: Rotherham/Sheffield

Join us, for the CIMA Doncaster/Sheffield Branch, first in-person event, since before the pandemic, to hear from Bobby Singh, who will share extremely timely and helpful tips on how to emerge with confidence, to manage hybrid teams, followed by a supper and drinks for the opportunity to network.

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How successful companies invest during an economic slowdown

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How successful companies invest during an economic slowdown

Location: UK- Central London and North Thames

Unit4 will share insights and experience of working with numerous mid-sized professional service firms, and how these firms managed to grow their revenues during previous economic slowdowns. Unit4 will look at why taking the time to look inwardly at your processes and question the reasons behind them can give you the opportunity to be fully prepared when the economy picks up. They’ll also look at why companies stop spending, as there can be various reasons, and not all are linked to macro-economic factors.