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Understanding Financial Accounts and Confidence on Reporting to your Board

Understanding Financial Accounts and Confidence on Reporting to your Board
Thursday, February 12, 2015 -
09:30 to 13:00
Ulster Bank City Offices, 11-16 Donegall Square East, Belfast.

Many organisations have inherited financial systems and management reporting tools that have not been reviewed in years, leaving the CEO with financial reports that they may not understand or are not fit for purpose in helping them to lead the organisation to meet its strategic objects or to report to their board.

This half day course will provide participants with a refresher on how to read a set of financial accounts and generally examining what information should be included in a financial management report.  The course will also cover areas such as:

  • What information should I be asking from my finance officer/director?
  • What questions should I expect from my board in relation to our accounts?

The workshop will then be followed by a separate one to one session (on day 2) which will allow the CEO to review their own financial reporting systems in confidence and to consider ways that these may be improved to provide them with better financial information to support decision making.

Date: 12th February 9.30pm – 1pm
Venue: Ulster Bank, Donegall Square East, Belfast
Cost: £110 Members / £130 Non Member

About the Trainer

Tony Clarke established Clarke&Co. Accountants in 2004, offering accountancy, bookkeeping and payroll services for over 200 clients ranging sole trader, individuals, limited companies and charities. Intelligent, dynamic, and articulate Tony is self-taught and has built up an excellent professional reputation across the private, public and third sector.

Tony is a professionally presented Accountant who couples sound technical ability with strong communication skills. Tony has designed and delivers a range of courses including ‘Understanding your Charity Accounts’, ‘Simple and effective group finance’ the ‘dos and don’ts of finance’ to a range of charity’s and third sector organisations.

 

This event is kindly being hosted by