A unique opportunity for FDs and CFOs to get ahead of the curve, join their peers to discuss the challenges facing the finance function, and benefit from shared learning.
Join Annie Gascoyne, CBI Director of Economic Policy to discuss the business challenges facing the finance function. Through this peer-to-peer network, FDs will have the opportunity to address the key challenges affecting their industry. The Forum is designed for those with a significant finance or commercial function in their job role. You will benefit from shared learning experiences, including key strategic insights from experts, and the opportunity to influence CBI policy.
This informal, Chatham House rules dinner discussion is an opportunity to:
Hear more about the CBI’s key priorities in 2020
Input to CBI’s consultation process on economic issues
Discuss with peers across a range of business sectors the challenges facing the West Midlands economy, share best practice and new ideas
Network with other senior business leaders, raise your profile and build contacts
The FD Network is for CBI Members only and is most suitable for:
Chief Financial Officer
Senior leaders working in the finance function
More about our speaker:
Annie leads the CBI's policy work on tax and regulation, as well as UK Budget and fiscal event delivery. She leads a team of economic and tax specialists who help build evidence for business and government to enhance the competitiveness of the UK’s business environment. Before taking up her current role, she spent two years as Head of Economic Policy, where she delivered the CBI’s input and response to Budget 2017 and 2018. Prior to joining the CBI, Annie worked in EY's Economic Advisory practice delivering projects on a range of public policy issues for clients in the private and public sector. Annie started her career at the Treasury, as a member of the Government Economic Service, where she led on a number of different policy issues, from higher education, science and innovation funding, carbon taxes and the UK’s G7/G20 membership.
These events are exceptionally popular and book up quickly - booking early is highly recommended.
Further information about tickets:
This event is exclusive to CBI members. Complimentary tickets are restricted to two per member organisation. If the event is not sold out, all additional availability will be allocated to members on the waiting list on a first come first served basis.
If you have any questions:
Please contact the Event Manager Hannah Simmons.
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