LSCA Discussion Groups
Attend free events organised by the London Society of Chartered Accountants' Banking, Financial Reporting, Compliance Officers and Training Discussion Groups. Tax Discussion Groups meet locally and are listed under LSCA Area Societies.
London Accountants Training Discussion Group
The London Accountants Training Discussion Group (LATDG) exists to provide CPD and networking opportunities to members who recruit, train and develop accountants in London. Members span public practice firms of all sizes, training providers and professional bodies.
Events are held after work in central London, and seek to inform and entertain in equal measure. Guest speakers are followed by plenty of opportunity to meet and network with other members.
Links to recordings of recent sessions:
Co-chairs: Anna Cole and Christian Papworth
Financial Reporting Discussion Group
The Financial Reporting Discussion Group (FRDG) provides an opportunity for members to stay up-to-date on the latest financial reporting proposals as well as sharing their views and discussing the proposals with other members.
FRDG organises around five events per year. These take place in the evening, starting at 17:45 for 18:00 and rotate around the premises of the larger firms. The evening takes the form of a presentation, typically by the body that is consulting on the proposals, followed by a question and answer session. It concludes with an opportunity to join other members for drinks and light refreshments.
Topics covered include latest proposals for International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as well as UK GAAP. The meetings are free of charge and open to all ICAEW members and non-ICAEW members.
If you would like to receive notice of future events:
- if you are based in London, please ensure you have selected ‘Financial Reporting’ in your preference centre.
- if you are not based in London, in addition to ‘Financial Reporting’, please select 'London' under 'Event Location'.
For any queries, please contact Debbie Antony, Regional Executive, London.
Chair: John Boulton