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HFMA Bitesize CPD webinar: NHS charities

This webinar provides an overview of the finance and governance regime followed by NHS charities. It sets out key legislative and regulatory requirements for financial reporting and the latest advice on the impact of COVID-19. The webinar also covers the effective charity governance including the HFMA guide and concludes with a briefing on the NHS appeal.
Recorded May 7 2020 61 mins
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Nigel Davies, Charity Commission; Keith Brooks, NHS Charities Together and Debbie Patterson, the HFMA
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    This webinar provides an overview of the finance and governance regime followed by NHS charities. It sets out key legislative and regulatory requirements for financial reporting and the latest advice on the impact of COVID-19. The webinar also covers the effective charity governance including the HFMA guide and concludes with a briefing on the NHS appeal.
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    If you require a CPD certificate for this webinar, please email stephanie.zahorodnyj@hfma.org.uk

    To ensure that we can keep funding HFMA events, we often involve third party organisations and may share your forename, surname, job title and organisation on request. For further information please review our privacy policy. www.hfma.org.uk/privacy-policy
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    •IFRS 16 disclosures
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    To ensure that we can keep funding HFMA events, we often involve third party organisations and may share your forename, surname, job title and organisation on request. For further information please review our privacy policy. www.hfma.org.uk/privacy-policy
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The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) is the professional body for finance staff in healthcare. For more than 60 years, it has provided independent and objective advice to its members and the wider healthcare community. It is a charitable organisation that promotes best practice and innovation in financial management and governance across the UK health economy through its local and national networks. The association also analyses and responds to national policy and aims to exert influence in shaping the wider healthcare agenda.
The HFMA has achieved accredited continuing professional development (CPD) status with the CPD Standards Office for our national and networks webinars. Delegates that watch one of these webinars will be issued with an accredited CPD Certificate of Attendance for inclusion in their CPD records. Our sponsored webinars will still count towards unaccredited CPD hours.
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