August – CT Regulatory Returns Masterclass, London
- August 3, 2020
- 9.30am to 1:30 pm
Regulatory returns masterclass
The Regulator of Social housing has been noticeably fastidious of late about the accuracy of the data returns it receives, and data quality has been mentioned as a factor in several recent governance downgrades.
At Campbell Tickell we have supported a wide range of housing associations as they prepare their regulatory returns, as well as undertaking lessons learned exercises and preparing improvement plans when submissions have proved inadequate.
In this masterclass, Sue Harvey and Roger Maddams and guest speakers will cover common errors and best practice for aligning your processes to improve the quality of your returns.
Date: Rescheduled for August (an email is going out soon to all attendees)
Venue: This will now occur online via webinar. A link will be provided to all attendees in due course. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.
Who should attend?
Chairs, Audit Committee Chairs, Board Members, Chief Executives, Finance Directors, Company Secretaries and those charged with Governance responsibilities.
09.50 – Registrations/log-in
10.00 – Masterclass starts
12.00 – Close
|Sara Thomson, Chief Risk Officer, Bromford
Sara is an Executive Director and Chief Risk Officer at Bromford Housing Group.
Sara has over 20 years’ experience across the banking and consultancy sectors where she has held group leadership roles in enterprise risk, governance and strategic transformation.
She is passionate about the role of risk management and governance as fundamental to supporting and enabling organisational purpose and strategic goals, and the utmost importance of customer, colleague and corporate safety and security.
|Andy Howarth, Group Finance Director, Platform Housing Group
Andy is Group Finance Director of Platform Housing Group and he has worked in housing for over 18 years with previous experience in the private sector and the NHS.
A corporate finance specialist, Andy’s experience of working collaboratively with funders to deliver successful mergers and group structure changes has been critical.
Platform was formed in October 2018 from the merger of Waterloo Housing and Fortis Living creating one of the largest housing providers in the Midlands with over 45,000 homes.