WM & SC FSD, Technical Accounting Update

Presented by

Debbie Paterson, Technical Editor, HFMA

About this talk

The NHS finance community need to understand the key financial reporting issues that are likely to be significant for current and future reporting periods. This FREE webinar will provide an understanding of reporting issues that may impact on the NHS and is relevant for all finance staff who want to consolidate, update or refresh their existing knowledge. Presented by Debbie Paterson, Technical Editor, HFMA Debbie Paterson has been reading and reviewing NHS accounts for longer than she cares to admit! She worked for over 20 years for PwC, mostly as a technical expert providing accounting and auditing support to auditors and NHS bodies. During that time, she helped write the NHS foundation trust ARM as well as working with the DH when they were converting their manual to IFRS. Debbie now works at the HFMA where she provides technical support to the Accounting and Standards Committee and the Prescribed Specialise Services Commissioning Group. This means that she is involved with writing and reviewing HFMA's publications as well as updating and developing e-learning modules.

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