2023 Annual Conference programme announced – places selling fast! (CPD: 6h)

Places are selling quickly for the 2023 Annual Conference. The event will bring together experts from across the insolvency sector and related fields to examine the complex issues the profession faces in 2023.

Join us for an exciting programme of sessions and panel discussions from industry expert speakers, network with peers and key insolvency figures, and earn 6 CPD hours.

With economic issues dominating the business and insolvency landscape this year, we’re delighted to be joined by the Bank of England’s Executive Director of Financial Stability Strategy and Risk, Sarah Breeden. Sarah will deliver a keynote speech on financial stability risk in the corporate sector.

Programme highlights

The political and economic landscape: An update | Gideon Skinner, Head of Politics Research in Public Affairs, Ipsos Mori

Strategic, policy and technical insights from The Insolvency Service | Dean Beale, CEO, Paul Bannister, Head of Policy, and Justin Dionne, Chief Technical Advisor, Insolvency Service

Tax fraud | Charles Everitt, Technical Lead, and Grant English, Civil Recovery and Insolvency Lead, HM Revenue & Customs

Navigating the minefield of the Russian sanctions regime | Allister Manson, Partner and Head of Technology at Opus Business Advisory Group

CIGA and CVAs: An unhappy marriage? | Lee Manning, Partner, ReSolve

The future starts today, not tomorrow – predicting trends and identifying insolvency claims | Vernon Dennis, Partner, Howard Kennedy and Nicola Holton, Partner, Shakespeare Martineau

The regulatory landscape | David Holland, Chief Inspector, IPA

Keynote speech from Sarah Breeden on financial stability risk in the corporate sector | Sarah Breeden, Executive Director of Financial Stability Strategy and Risk, Bank of England, and member of the Financial Policy Committee

The benefits of apprenticeships in the Insolvency Sector | Adrian Hyde, Partner, and Jamie Mayhew, Insolvency Administrator, Begbies Traynor

Social economic diversity, debunking myths and disrupting inequities | Joanne Conway (moderator), Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness, EY UK; Nil Neale, CFO and Acting CEO, EY Foundation; Sophie Hulm, CEO, Progress Together; and Yeshua Carter, Founder, EY Outreach

Enjoy a drinks and networking reception following the event.

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