A Finance Academy that enables every member of staff working in NHS Wales Finance to learn and progress can only be a benefit.
This week’s chart illustrates how the number of 10 year-olds in the UK is expected to fall sharply over the rest of the decade, just as the number of 18 year-olds is expected to peak in 2030.
The UK Government’s concept of the ‘finance business partner’ is best explained by someone who does the job. We find out what this concept means in practice.
Waverley Borough Council talks us through its funding challenges, service delivery achievements and the seemingly impenetrable nature of local authority accounts.
While government borrowing requirements have almost halved from its peak in the last financial year, it is still higher than the financial crisis a decade ago.
A government scheme designed to increase the energy efficiency of homes was delivered to an over-ambitious timetable, significantly limiting its impact on job creation and carbon reduction, according to a new National Audit Office report.
The triple lock has helped the state pension grow faster than inflation or earnings over the last decade, but will the Chancellor break it for next year’s pension increase?
The figures suggest the Chancellor has some tough decisions to make the public finances more sustainable, says Alison Ring, ICAEW Public Sector Director.
International perspective: Gain key insights into the role of good governance in the public sector and how you could contribute to that acting as a NED.
In relation to attaining net zero, understand how evidence-based policy is made, what’s the academic theory behind it, how you report it and how you assure it.
Huge economic shock combined with unprecedented fiscal interventions results in a provisional deficit of £303bn. Whilst not as large as originally feared, the legacy of higher debt and greater exposure to interest rate risk will be with us for years to come.
Understand how the work of the National Infrastructure Commission might practically impact on infrastructure and investment decisions.
Local authorities across the UK are facing a grave threat to their finances.
More than eight out of 10 English councils providing adult social care services are at technical risk of bankruptcy.
Policymakers should ensure the burden of rebuilding is shared equally and not unfairly borne by the young, writes Mark Rowland.
This free series of webinars aims to raise awareness of what acting as a NED in the Public Sector really means, the types of roles available and the process of becoming a NED. There are many benefits that ACA qualified accountants can reap from the variety of roles available, learn what you could get out of giving something back.