AAT Future Finance 2020 Online is now available on-demand for AAT members. All you have to do is register to view the sessions.
As we take the first steps to come out of lockdown, the country needs really good accountants who are at the top of their game.
On 18 and 19 June, AAT is staging a brand-new digital learning experience- AAT Future Finance 2020 Online.
It will be free of charge to AAT professional members and will see leading industry experts deliver webinars on key challenges and opportunities.
How to get involved
There’s still time to reserve your place free of charge by following this link.
Once registered you have the option to watch live, or after on-demand at a time that suits you.
AAT Future Finance 2020 Online programme
Day 1 – 18 June
Welcome and introduction
AAT President John Thornton will open the day with a message about where AAT is as an organisation and how we can best support you at the present time.
Embracing change in uncertain times
This webinar is designed to inspire the business professional facing unprecedented change and help them to develop the mindset to respond more effectively to the challenges that change and uncertainty brings.
Key learnings include:
- developing the mindset essential to confidently face and embrace change,
- how to take advantage of the powerful interplay between order and chaos,
- why the desire to feel in control and look good can inhibit valuable growth,
- recognising and navigating the 4 stages of the ongoing Cycle of Change.
Survive and thrive: Improve and protect your financial position
“It’s only when the tide goes out that you learn who’s been swimming naked.” It’s easy for businesses to look sound and successful when the economy is booming.
But when disaster strikes, it exposes those businesses whose performance was simply a by-product of the trading conditions around them, not one of sound decision making.
In this webinar, Rick Gomez discusses the importance of budgeting and financial controls.
The Finance Team’s role in the recovery
What can your finance team do to proactively support your organisation & give yourselves the best chance of longer-term success? Including forecasting for future growth, reports & KPIs, communication and funding.
Live panel debate: Emerging Stronger – The new finance function
Industry experts will give their take on what implications the current coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis has had on the industry and the shape of the future finance function in the digital age.
Let’s deal with the tax issues from Covid-19
The tax implications from Covid-19 is something all businesses are grappling with.
In this webinar, Tax expert Michael Steed will take you through the major pitfalls and opportunities that have now emerged.
Navigating the crisis: Licensed member A&E
If you run your own practice, this is an opportunity to hear from experienced practice owner and past AAT president, Henry Cooper.
In this webinar, Henry will offer guidance and advice on all areas of practice management to help you navigate through the choppy waters
The impact of coronavirus on financial statements
In this webinar, Steve Collings will take you through the important issues practitioners will have to consider when preparing financial statements as a result of the crisis.
Day 2 – 19 June
Your role as a Finance Business partner
Being a Finance Business Partner (FBP) is emerging as a highly desirable role. Learn about the skills you need to be a fabulous FBP during a global pandemic
Accelerating digital adoption in the new era
Technology has become mission critical in modern business. Join this webinar for insights into how analytics and automation can transform your finance team.
Now’s the time to take charge of your finance career
Professional Coach Duncan Brodie will explain why you need to take responsibility for your career and how to do it.
Live panel debate: Emerging Stronger – Future proof your practice
The accounting industry is changing fast, but how do practices keep up.
This live webinar will see industry experts discuss the impact of Covid-19 on accounting practices, and analyse the opportunities that exist for practices in a digital future
How to create a business continuity plan for accountants
Whether it’s due to fire, flood, crime or a global pandemic, you can set up your businesses to be agile in the face of unexpected disaster.
Digital tools to shape your practice for the future
Find out about practical ways analytics and automation can provide you with more opportunities for success and practical insight into how to apply them.
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