The annual District Society dinner offers a terrific opportunity to entertain valued clients, guests, and employees, and to support a local charity whilst allowing time to network and generate new business contacts. Join us for an evening of fine dining and entertainment with Yorkshire comedian and compare Barry York.
ICAEW Humberside & District Society of Chartered Accountants
Welcome to the home page of ICAEW Humberside. We are a local touch point of ICAEW, run by members, for members.
We support members throughout their career and offer a range of services including:
- CPD: technical courses and updates as well as soft-skills and leadership workshops
- Connected Communities: District News, local member forums, support at various transitional periods such as newly qualified, a move from practice to business, career breaks and so on
- Networking: social events, dinners, as well as events with other professional bodies to broaden our members networks.
Paula Gouldthorpe Development Manager for the Federation of Small Businesses joins us for our autumn 23 business breakfast to look at the latest small business index report for the Yorkshire and Humber region and to discuss the changes needed to support and advise your clients on such issues as late payments, innovation, skills, and the journey to a more sustainable business.
Rebecca Pickering of Mercia Asset Management is our guest for our winter 23 business breakfast and joins us to discuss the changes to access to debt and equity funding in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Join ICAEW and the Bank of England's local agents for its 2023 updates on the Bank's latest Monetary Policy report – and its impact on the regional and local economy. Held in May, September and November and focusing on the Yorkshire and Humber economy.
A bi-monthly virtual peer to peer support session working in the North East, Yorkshire, and Humber region, hosted by members for members to share ideas and best practice.
For members working in or advising on ESG matters, our regional insight group convenes ICAEW members from across the North East, Yorkshire and Humber to discuss and consider the latest ESG initiatives affecting our local businesses in an informal roundtable virtual setting.
Aimed at members advising, working, or volunteering in the charitable or not-for-profit sector. Our virtual lunchtime sessions will provide a forum to share best practice, gain insight, and connect you with a network of fellow professionals across the North East, Yorkshire, and Humber region.
Our insight group is provided specifically for members working in and who own & manage businesses operating in and supporting the rural and farming sector.
Our Women in Finance insight group offers members the opportunity to grow their professional networks, forge new business relationships, gain support from fellow professionals, and discuss & learn about key topics relevant to you, to your career, to enhancing your skillset and to improving your effectiveness as an ever-evolving finance professional.
An opportunity to strengthen your professional networks, forge new business relationships, seek insight from fellow professionals, and hone your commercial & technical skills to strengthen your capabilities as an ever-evolving finance professional.
The 2023 annual golf day challenge celebrated in the sunshine this September, read the full report from organiser Alan Brunskill here.
Designed, written, and delivered by leading subject matter experts, the Essentials CPD programme will provide you and your team with technical know-how, and meet your individual annual CPD requirement.
ICAEW Humberside District Society is currently a local independent District Society. In response to the recommendations of a 2019 review, it was agreed to establish a new structure - the District Societies Local Communities Pilot (now referred to as ICAEW Local Networks) - which would enable societies to engage with and support members in a way which significantly reduced the burden on volunteers, and which minimised the reputational and operational risk to all parties.
The Society was formed in 1927. It covers the County of East Yorkshire, part of North Yorkshire around Scarborough, and the Counties of North and North East Lincolnshire and part of the County of Lincolnshire.
The society’s members come from accountancy practices small and large and from a range of business, public sector and Third Sector interests. The district society is deeply engaged in the development of the local economy and regards the promotion of the profession – especially among students – as a crucial part of its work.
It also acts as a link between ICAEW in Moorgate Place and members in the district.
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