CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
Finance CPD Events in February 2018
IELTS Stakeholder Information Seminars
6th Feb 2018 09:30 | British Council for Offices - BCO
These free seminars are aimed at all IELTS stakeholder groups (universities; schools; colleges; professional registration bodies; or employers who uses IELTS tests). The day includes the following interactive presentations: IELTS Overview; Test Validity & Reliability; Band Score Setting; Security; and UK Visa & Immigration Changes.
Finance for Non-Financial Public Sector Managers
15th Feb 2018 09:30 | HB Publications and Training International
This course is aimed at public sector managers who are non-financial professionals with financial responsibilities, and would benefit from an understanding of financial accounts. This programme covers financial terminology; the key financial statements; the income and expenditure account and the balance sheet. Public and non-profit sector organisations have to ensure they are viable, and the principles of accounting assist managers understand their organisation’s financial position.
26th Feb 2018 08:00 | Informa Connect
Finovate’s latest launch in Dubai will keep demos at its core while introducing content driven panels; regulatory perspectives and world-class keynotes geared at the MENA region’s leading financial brands; investment houses; VCs; entrepreneurs and innovative start-ups. Finovate events bring together the entire fintech community to showcase cutting-edge banking; financial and payments technology in a unique; short-form; demo-only format as well as insights from global financial service experts.
28th Feb 2018 09:00 | TXF
Tech is booming; supply chain finance growing and commodity prices are recovering. TXF Singapore is an annual forum for senior decision makers in the trade; treasury and commodity finance sectors to meet; network and explore regional market trends. They are set to discuss digitisation; regulation; political risk; and more. Participants will hear from corporates and financiers alike on the latest developments in financing techniques and look towards the future of the industry. The event has grown every year; and in 2018 it expects to welcome 300 traders; commodity producers; banks; alternative financiers; law firms; insurers & government.