The IPA in partnership with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) and also in association with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) present this CPD Seminar for Professional Accountants. Each CPD event will address a topic of specific relevance to professional accountants and finance professionals in the Irish Public Service. This event is also open to anyone who may have an interest in the event topics.
The theme of the May event is "Adapting to Change – Developments in Reporting, Data and Cybersecurity for Finance Professionals.”
David, currently serves on the International Monetary Fund Panel of Experts and has been a team member on a number of missions relating to improving government financial reporting. He is also a technical adviser to the Chair of IPSASB.
Breda is an Assistant Principal Officer in the Dept. of Public Expenditure and Reform (DPER) with responsibility for Government Accounting. She will provide an overview of the OECD Report on Financial Reporting in Ireland, presenting key findings and recommendations for financial reporting reforms.
Robert will be speaking about the developments that have taken place since the introduction of FRS102 and will provide guidance on the changes that are now relevant for 2019.
Will be dealing with mental and physical wellness to business and individuals. Mental health activist and public speaker. Implementing time and stress management techniques to corporations along with physical and mental strategies to improve overall balance.
Niall is assistant commissioner for the Data Protection Commission and is responsible for Technical Advice on Breach Notifications, Inquiries and Investigations.
Tom is leading the training portfolio manager, where he is involved in quality control, reviewing and setting the direction of training and working with clients with specific training needs within CSIR (Cyber Security and Information Resilience).