Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus 2017
Aspire with assurance
The 2017 Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus conference took place on 18 October in the Convention Centre Dublin, with regional events following throughout the country.
Are you up to date with the financial reporting rules you need to know? If the board ask you to describe the key matters that impacted in the last 12 months - how would you feel? Do you know what is on the immediate horizon and how smooth your year-end reporting process will be?
This year's Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus conference wants you to stay fully informed. As well as dealing with the latest changes in financial reporting, corporate governance and company law, the Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus conference hopes to have brought you up to date on the latest thoughts from the World’s largest professional services firm on the:
- Impact of Brexonomics;
- Blockchain: Disrupting the Commercial World; and
- The CFO of the Future.
Key note speaker
Ian Stewart was our conference keynote speaker this year and gave an insightful presentation examining the impact of Brexonmics. Ian is a Partner and Chief Economist at Deloitte in the UK where he advises Boards and companies on macroeconomics.
Ian devised the Deloitte Survey of Chief Financial Officers and writes a popular weekly economics blog, the Monday Briefing. His previous roles include Chief Economist for Europe at Merrill Lynch, Head of Economics in the Conservative Research Department and Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Ian was educated at the London School of Economics.
Chief UK Economist
- Cork: 23rd October; Venue: Pairc Ui Chaoimh stadium
- Galway: 24th October; Venue: Deloitte Offices, Galway Financial Services Centre, Moneenageisha Road
- Belfast: 25th October; Venue: Crown Plaza Hotel, Shaws Bridge
- Limerick: 27th October; Venue: The Savoy Hotel
Appropriately evidenced, your attendance at the Deloitte Financial Reporting Plus conference should be eligible for 4 hours CPD with various professional bodies including Chartered Accountants Ireland, ACCA, CPA and other accounting bodies. Please check with your relevant professional body for further information.