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Introducing the new chair

Author: ICAEW

Published: 02 Mar 2023

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This year sees the end of Mark Skellum’s term as chair of the Healthcare community advisory group with former deputy chair Katie Collin taking over.

ICAEW wishes to thank Mark for his time, valuable contribution and leadership across the years volunteered to the community.

Katie has already thrown herself into the role by working with ICAEW to organise the annual Healthcare Conference, which is set to take place on 4th May. This year we aim to deliver the same level of high-quality content and engaging speakers from all corners of the healthcare sector.

Some of the topics we will be exploring include property issues and the rule changes for final pay controls, alongside some of our popular staple topics such as legal updates, tax updates and NHS pensions.

To register your interest for the conference then click here and be one of the first to be updated when this event is launched.

Additionally, members who would like to register an interest in joining the advisory group are encouraged to reach out to the Communities department at communities@icaew.com

About Katie

Katie is the Client Services Partner at Ramsay Brown, ensuring that clients receive personal, trusted and innovative service.

She has a particular focus on technical accounting and superannuation issues, and specialises in corporate issues within the medical sector.

She is currently a leading authority on financial matters surrounding Primary Care Networks and has presented on the key issues facing networks, including VAT, financial governance and liability management.

Katie has managed a large portfolio of a wide variety of clients, from fully listed international groups to owner-managed businesses. She has experience in many areas, including providing advice on technical accounting issues, regulatory requirements, restructuring and other ad-hoc projects, as well as researching and advising on technical aspects of accounting, audit and legislation requirements.

She also specialises in cloud accounting and oversees the monthly and annual reporting for a number of clients. She works closely with many federations, attending board meetings and AGMs to provide detailed financial analysis, as well as ad-hoc advice and corporate matters. Katie was selected by the ICAEW as the leading accountant under 30 to represent the Institute internationally at One Young World in 2016.

Katie Collin