27 January 2020 – CT Stress Testing Masterclass, London
- January 27, 2020
- 9.30am to 1:30 pm
- The Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, King's Cross, London.
Stress testing masterclass
or how to stick around for the long-term…
First introduced in 2015, stress testing has matured into a critical tool for building financial resilience and creating confidence in Boards, partners and the Regulator that your ambitions are deliverable.
As political, policy and market uncertainty increases, join Campbell Tickell Partner, Sue Harvey and guest speakers, for a half-day workshop to ensure that you maximise the business value from the 2020-21 planning round and go beyond regulatory compliance.
What will we cover?
We will draw on our expertise and learning from reviewing over 90 stress tests, highlighting best practice, traps to avoid and covering:
- Bringing the ‘what-if’ analysis alive and keeping it relevant;
- Fully engaging Boards with early involvement and clarity of reporting;
- Linking to performance reporting, golden rules, risk registers and asset & liability registers;
- Moving beyond the wizardry of financial modelling to build collaborative mitigation plans and practical triggers;
- Making best use of Brixx;
- Good (and not-so-good) use of the Bank of England stress test; and
- Keeping ahead of rising regulatory expectations.
|Kal Kay, Director of Finance, Great Places
Kal is an experienced Finance Director with a strong background in finance and management gained from across a variety of sectors, throughout the last 25 years. She is responsible for providing financial leadership across the Great Places Housing Group, shaping the long-term financial plan to align with strategic objectives.
Kal qualified as a Certified Chartered Accountant in 2006 and later gained an MBA from Derby University. She joined Great Places from The Guinness Partnership, where she was a member of the SLT responsible for shaping and steering the property and repair maintenance division.
In addition, Kal has held senior finance positions in a variety of public sector organisations, as well as providing strategic direction to Arcon Housing Group through her previous role there as a Board Member. Kal is passionate about driving innovation and change to ensure the Finance Directorate for Great Places delivers the profit-for-purpose agenda.
|Duncan Brown, Director of Finance & Technology, VIVID
As Director of Finance and Technology at VIVID, Duncan Brown is responsible for maintaining our financial strength and sound governance as well as providing the technology to deliver our services.
A chartered accountant with over 15 years’ experience in the housing sector, he previously worked with KPMG where he provided financial planning and risk management services to a number of high-profile clients before moving into the housing sector.
|Linda Minns, Director of Governance, Thirteen
Linda is Director of Governance for Thirteen Housing Group, responsible for health and safety, assurance and risk management and governance and compliance services. This includes customer involvement and co-regulation, customer complaints and claims, board and executive support, safeguarding, equality and diversity and data compliance.
She has extensive experience in the social housing sector, including previous roles in neighbourhood management, communications and PR, performance and service improvement, and has played an integral role in transformation projects including stock transfer, mergers and group consolidation.
Thirteen is the largest housing association in the North East with 34,000 homes and a strong geographic focus across the North East and Yorkshire.
Who should attend?
Chairs, Board Members, Chief Executives and Executive team members, those with business planning and treasury responsibilities.
- Full price: £285
Date: 27th January 2020
Venue: The Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AG . Map
09.30 – Registrations/Teas/Coffees
10.00 – Masterclass starts
12.45 – Lunch
13.30 – Close