Special Interest Group
Hear from experts on how to navigate the entrepreneurial and start up landscape to achieve success , including two incredible speakers that have achieved and developed exceptional platforms for success. They will share their stories , and how they navigated this dynamic and ever changing landscape.
The Capital CFO Special Interest Group is aimed at senior finance executives who have a broad range of business responsibilities to Chief Executives and corporate boards, including equivalent levels of governance in the government sector. Most members are Chief Financial Officers however membership is open to the wider audience of professionals.
If you have an interest in learning more about this transaction and what it might mean for Infratil and telecommunications in general in New-Zealand, then come and meet Tim Brown who will tell you everything about it.
Technology continues to provide new and unique ways to manage all aspects of an organisation, including not-for-profits.
Join us for this series on using technology in charities and learn more about tools they can use to manage their finances, operations, and people.
Developed in partnership with the Wellington Public Sector Special Interest Group, this series showcases case studies of Business Partnering in four different areas: government agencies, local and central government and healthcare.
Paul O"Neil, General Counsel of Serious Fraud Office (SFO) will provide a perspective of fraud that is occurring in New Zealand and Globally with specific emphasis on the financial services sector.
Open to Non-CA
Every day, we face fast-paced workplaces where the only constant is change. The intent of this Leadership Series is to arm you with the tools to navigate change, be bold in the face of resilience and learn how to shamelessly lead your career through leveraging your strengths.
Thank you to Robert Walters for their generous support of this event.