Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the ENGAGE EUROPE Finance Awards 2021, in partnership with ENGAGE EUROPE 2021.
Entering these awards presents you with an opportunity as a CIMA student or a CGMA member, to showcase what you have been able to achieve in your career to date, backed by your CIMA Professional Qualification. And as a tutor or stakeholder, how you have helped enhance individuals’ careers, and the management accounting profession.
The awards are also an opportunity for you to show that as a management accountant that you champion responsible finance by increasing your skill set based on the ever-evolving CGMA competencies, which keep you as a CIMA management accountant / finance professional at the forefront of your profession. Demonstrate that no longer are you an ‘accountant and guardian of money’ but take an ethical holistic view across the breadth of the business considering risk and reputation.
By showcasing your achievements, you’ll be heightening your reputation as being an authority on management accounting, improving your career opportunities, gaining recognition from your peers, while potentially inspiring others to follow in your professional pathway.
With these stimuli – whether you’re entering yourself/team, or nominating another person/team, please read through the award guidance and categories – eligibility may extend to more than one category; good luck!
NB: Individuals / teams can be nominated for multiple award categories.
Examples of meeting award category criteria should be drawn from experiences over an 18-month period from Monday 7 October 2019 to Sunday 28 March 2021 – being the closing date for nominations.
CIMA members – in industry and in practice, CIMA students, also tutors/lecturers of the CIMA professional qualification, who meet the criteria for a category can make their own entry, who are based in the UK, Ireland, and Europe.
For team-work categories, it is not mandatory that all team members are CIMA students or members, provided it is demonstrated that CGMA competencies played a part in the success of a team and/or a project.
Nominations can be made by the prospective nominee themselves, or by a third party, such as employers, colleagues, suppliers, and clients who have had close contact with the work of the prospective nominee.
There is a link to an online form, at the foot of each of the five award category screens. The first sections of the form are for completion for those nominating themselves, and the following sections provide opportunity to nominate another individual or team.
On submitting your online nomination, you will receive a ‘privacy’ form which asks if we can share the nominees’ names, employer, job role and photo, plus any other information provided.
We recommend you create your entry in draft, then copy and paste into the online form.
There is a minimum of 10 judges, all of whom are CIMA members – Associates and Fellows. Two+ judges will be assigned one category. They will work together to review the nominees for shortlisting for their category and determine a further shortlisting of finalists.
All judges will be sent a summary of each finalist in each category, ahead of meeting virtually with all judges to review the finalists and determine the winner of each category.
The winners of each category of the CGMA Finance Awards 2021 will be announced at a virtual ceremony, at 5.30 for 6.00 - 7.30pm, on Thursday 19 May 2021.
The winners will have an opportunity to say a few words of thanks on the evening.
Here you’ll find details of each award category, and the criteria which nominees will need to meet, to be eligible to enter. Do remember – individuals / teams, can enter / be entered for more than one category.
A part-qualified student who has demonstrated initiative in a project or programme. The winner of this category will be a finance professional with less than five years of experience. They will have provided examples of high achievement and outperforming their peer group.
A tutor who has gone the extra mile to help students succeed, acknowledging and celebrating their support of individual learners to develop and progress, also recognising innovative tutoring techniques, the quality of practice, the impact an individual tutor makes, and the standards to which they work.
A CFO or a business’s most senior person within the finance team that has demonstrated a legacy of delivering transformation, leadership, and an outstanding performance. They may have been a pioneer of significant change, made a vital contribution to the leadership of the business and/or led a local finance function that is seen as adding significant value to the business.
A finance team which demonstrates how it has embedded social, environmental, and economic responsibilities into strategy. This award recognises organisations that have developed products or services that are aimed at driving sustainable outcomes.
A team that demonstrates the successful delivery and or implementation of activities that have led to the advancement of the business and/or achieved fast growth. This can be anything from a transformation project or technology improvement, through to the enhancement of people and their careers, or something that improves the overall customer experience.
All Judges are CIMA members - Associates and Fellows, who have extensive experience in the field of the category which they are judging. Let's get to know them...
CIMA North West England and North Wales Area Treasurer
Director and Founder | Hone Financial
Sherie’s accountancy tuition provider firm specialises in CIMA and ACCA qualifications. She enjoys a hands-on role in accounting, finance, and education, and has a passion for developing the next generation of accountants.
Sherie was keen to increase knowledge of, and improve access to the CIMA qualification, in North Wales. Hone financial achieved CIMA success in 2020 with a student commendation for finalist in the CIMA student of the Year award.
Sherie believes management accounting tools enable users to make optimal decisions at all levels, afford businesses methodologies to deal with challenges - contributing to sustainable development through responsible management, and greater stewardship of natural resources on which our future generations depend.
On completion of her master’s by Research she presented a draft paper during the British Accounting and Finance Association conference at the London School of Economics promoting above mentioned stewardship.
Sherie’s experience spans 30 years working across both private and public sectors.
She developed her interest in accounting as a trainee at British Aerospace. After several years in the accounting function within manufacturing, service, and insurance, she worked upwards into more senior finance manager roles. Projects involved change management; specification and implementation of bespoke enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, activity-based costing (ABC), organisational restructuring, and due diligence. Sherie enjoyed working with senior teams formulating business plans and developing strategy and became finance director of a materials handling manufacturing company.
Following her experience of mentoring and coaching junior accounting staff and non-financial managers Sherie became a qualified lecturer in further and higher education. She has taught CIMA, ACCA and AAT over the past seventeen years.
Sherie is a CIMA Member in Practice and provides financial and management accounting support to small businesses alongside the tuition. The two roles go hand in hand and help contextualise teaching of accountancy in a continually changing and increasingly digital environment.
She is a member and previous chairman of, the CIMA Learning and Education Development committee.
CIMA Central Southern England Area Chairman
CIMA Directors’ Forum Chairman
Finance Director | HCRG Ltd
Matthew has had an interesting career, from scientist to finance professional, to general management across various industries, living in various countries. After initially working as a research scientist undertaking a PhD in Parkinson’s Disease, Matthew decided to pursue a career in business and felt finance was a suitable business profession.
Matthew undertook his CIMA training initially with a leading construction PLC before moving to Wm Morrison Supermarkets plc to complete his final exams. At Wm Morrison, Matthew held various roles including group controller – establishing and leading a new business partnering function, undertaking M&A activity, and partnering various board members.
Matthew then joined a listed US pharmaceutical company to manage a significant joint venture deal in Europe. He then delivered a large ERP implementation in Germany before moving to Asia to look after their Asia Pacific region across the full finance remit.
Upon returning to the UK, Matthew decided to pursue a career with entrepreneurial private equity (PE) backed businesses, initially as finance director for a leading professional services healthcare company. Matthew’s role became significantly operational, including leading a client service technology offering and becoming general manager for their Australia division.
Matthew then joined a PE backed clinical business as group finance director, partnering closely with the new PE owners and transitioning to a new bank provider, while partnering the CEO with integrating an acquisition (doubling the business overnight).
Matthew is currently finance director for a PE backed professional services business providing complex care, healthcare staffing, and a range of further services.
Throughout his career, Matthew believes passionately in the CIMA qualification; both the credibility of membership to a leading professional body, and providing a range and breadth of skills to tackle today’s workplace challenges and opportunities.
CIMA North West England and North Wales Area Chairman
CIMA Council Member | CIMA Professional Standards Committee Chairman
Executive Director of Finance | Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
In his current role since 2019, John’s primary responsibilities are to ensure that the Trust has in place financial systems that are fully compliant with statutory instruments and guidelines and ensure the Trust can monitor robustly its financial performance.
He is used to having a wide portfolio of work areas, and has contributed significantly to the success of organisations, ensuring financial sustainability without adversely affecting the quality of services delivered.
Since 1983 John has worked for a range of NHS organisations, including but not conclusive:
Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
– MCP Finance Lead
Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
– Deputy Chief Executive & Executive Director of Finance
Greater Manchester West Mental Health Foundation Trust
– Director of Finance & IMT
West Yorkshire Strategic Health Authority
– Deputy Director of Finance
Department of Health
– Deputy Branch Head - NHS Financial Monitoring
Directorate of Health & Social Care North
– Deputy to Head of Finance
North West Regional Office
– Assistant Director of Finance
John completed his degree in Accounting & Finance at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), where he continued with his professional studies.
John is committed to the personal and professional development of others and himself; having completed a Post Graduate Qualification in Coaching, and chairs a Multi Academy (School) Trust.
President | CIMA
Vice Chair | Association Board
Sales Development Leader, Finance Digital Transformation | Oracle
Nick has had a strong interest in financial management and performance improvement throughout his career, working across several industries, including central and local government, energy and utility companies. Graduating in 1987 with a degree in education from Exeter University he taught in Africa prior to starting a career in the UK civil service. Nick worked for the Lord Chancellor’s Department and joined HM Treasury’s bursary scheme to train finance professionals within Government. Qualifying as an ACMA in 1992, he supported the setting up of the Department of National Heritage including the implementation of a shared service for finance and HR.
In 1994, Nick joined Ernst & Young as a management consultant specialising in financial and performance management. He joined Capgemini in 2000 - then the largest European IT company, as part of the sale of E&Y’s consulting practice and was appointed a director in 2004, with responsibility for central and local Government clients.
Nick obtained his CIMA Fellowship in 2008, re-joining the civil service the following year. He worked for HM Treasury as head of finance professionalism, including working with ministers to develop and publish ‘Managing taxpayers’ money wisely’ (2011) which set a vision for improving financial management under the coalition Government. He later moved to the Ministry of Justice, managing the delivery of savings against the department’s £8bn budget, and acting as financial adviser on reform of probation services; building new prisons; and transforming HM Courts and Tribunal Service.
In 2013, Nick became director of corporate services at Ofsted, the inspectorate for schools and regulator for children’s services and early years’ provision. In this capacity, Nick led a programme to transform the way that inspections were conducted, managed a gross budget of £200m and delivered 15% savings in three years.
Nick currently works for Oracle, having joined in 2016. He leads a team of business development directors working across Western Europe. They are responsible for developing and promoting industry-based propositions using Oracle Cloud services for financial and performance management.
Nick was co-opted to CIMA Council in 2009. This was in recognition of his role in promoting the value of CIMA as a balanced qualification for public sector finance professionals. In 2011, he became a membership assessor and in 2013 – as Vice Chairman of the Professional Standards and Conduct Committee, led a review into the conduct processes, in light of concerns arising from a couple of high-profile cases. The comprehensive review addressed concerns raised by members and provided a clear set of specific recommendations that have since largely been implemented. In 2014, Nick was elected to the Executive Committee as Member without Portfolio, and remains an active advocate for CIMA, delivering talks to promote management accounting, with a particular focus within the public sector.
Nick lives in Buckingham with his fiancé. In his spare time, he can be found in an art gallery, the kitchen, underwater, singing, or watching rugby or cricket.
CIMA East Midlands and East Anglia Area Chairman
Director and CFO | LSE AIM (listed Bango plc)
Bango is a fast-growing technology public company with a market capital of £150M, based in Cambridge with global subsidiaries in Japan, Korea, USA, and Europe. It has unique payments technology used by global leaders, with customers including Amazon, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft.
At Bango, Carolyn is responsible for overall global financial management of corporate financial functions, facilities, and financial and investor relationships with Bango partners. This, while maintaining tight financial control and driving innovation, helping to bring profitability into the global businesses. Since joining the firm in 2018, revenues have increased five-fold, and the firm has reached profitability.
Before joining Bango, Carolyn held several executive positions including CFO at Zinwave (technology), CEO at Isogenica (biotechnology), CFO with Birdlife (charity), and head of treasury at Sepura plc (technology).
She has enjoyed being involved in some way with the CIMA East Midlands and East Anglia committee since 2013, as past Treasurer and currently the Area Chairman. She finds this to be a great way to meet the CIMA community, attend and help run social events, and expand her experience and knowledge.
Little-known factoids about Carolyn …
CIMA South East England Area Chairman
PMO Manager | Thames Water
Having successfully completed his CIMA professional qualification and achieving CIMA membership eight years ago, Mervin had already accrued seven years of experience working in capital projects, with various companies.
During his time with Thames Water, Mervin has climbed the ladder from projects accountant – retail finance, to projects accountant and business partner – major projects, to his current role of PMO manager – infrastructure programmes. Here, he set up a team which he now leads, that is accountable and responsible in the infra-prog alliance, supporting programmes with project managers. He is responsible for control, monthly finance reporting, budget setting, quarterly re-forecasting and, programme governance. Here, Mervin has reported on some of the biggest capita projects including, the Thames Tideway Tunnel – 25km, also Lee Tunnel – a sewer stretching from Abbey Mills Pumping Station to the Beckton Sewage System.
Previously, Mervin worked with the intergovernmental organisation – United Nations, in finance operations looking at the accounts payable, also implementation marine environment, where he helped the head of major projects on implementing projects in the ASEAN countries.
Since 2009, Mervin has volunteered to support the CIMA South East England Area, initially as hosting local events, then representing the Area on the UK & Ireland Network Committee, and in 2019 was elected to the role of Area Chairman.
CIMA Central London and North Thames Area Treasurer
Principal | Anro Accounting Solutions
Managing Director | Anro Financial Planning
Shalin has had a varied career and has a wealth of experience in accountancy, financial services, and information technology sectors.
Having qualified as a graduate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), and holding a master of arts (MA) in Strategic Financial Management from Kingston University, Shalin progressed to qualifying as a chartered secretary, and subsequently completed his CIMA studies to qualify as a Chartered Management Accountant. He also holds the Diploma in Financial Planning from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Starting work in retail financial services at junior level advising on mortgages and investments, Shalin progressed to senior management roles; managing a building society branch and, credit management team, where he specialised in loss provisioning.
This led Shalin to become a consultant of business software solutions, for banking and debt management, where he gained significant experience in information technology, database management and automation. He progressed to become a quality assurance consultant of software systems and worked primarily in the financial services sector. This included mortgage origination companies, payment processing companies, and investment banks. Shalin completed a 12-month assignment in Frankfurt in designing and delivering a quality assurance management strategy.
As a CIMA Member in Practice (MiP) Shalin practices as a chartered management accountant and as a chartered secretary in public practice, providing accountancy, taxation, company secretarial, estate planning and probate services. At his separate financial planning company - directly authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Shalin advises on mortgages, equity release, protection, and insurance.
In his spare time, he enjoys long walks, spending time with family and friends, listening to music and reading.
CIMA Central Southern England Area Treasurer
Financial Controller | Social Link
Karen is an experienced and professional business development and finance director, who is accustomed to working at board level, with a proven track record spanning over 30 years.
She has a broad experience in both multi-national and small start-up companies, growing the start-ups to achieve private sale and flotation on the London Stock Exchange.
Karen is a strong team player, a completer / finisher, with outstanding commercial acumen and, the ability to think around problems and be creative.
Having graduated from Newcastle University, with a joint Degree in Mathematics and Psychology, Karen went on to study the CIMA professional qualification, achieving membership in the 80s.
Currently working part-time in the charity sector, Karen finds that due to her expertise in many areas, boards turn to her when an important project must be evaluated and executed.
These include fund raising for Safetynet and Netstore, the sale of a company, building partnership programmes, winning, managing, and delivering valuable new business from government procurement frameworks or entering a new market. At Netstore Karen was a key player in the acquisition of QSP customers, by winning 27 new customers and £20m of business in just six weeks.
CIMA North East England Area Chairman
CIMA North East Coast Branch Deputy Chairman
Finance Manager | Greggs Foundation
In Jill’s current role, she manages the finance team and is responsible for the day-to-day control of the charity’s financial processes, monitoring budgets, reporting on fund classifications, and for keeping up to date with regulatory and legislative changes.
She is also responsible in supporting the operational team in reviewing risks, with data and the preparation of monthly and end of year accounts, delivering insight to this team, and to the Trustees.
Having graduated from the University of Sunderland in 1999, with a BA Hons degree in Business and Finance, Jill studied for the CIMA professional qualification, attaining her membership in the late 90s.
She has gone on to accumulate over 20 years’ experience of working in finance teams, in various roles including a management accountant, project accountant, financial accountant, and now finance manager. These have been in a range of sectors including automotive, engineering, manufacturing, third sector, public sector, and now the charity sector.
In judging entries for this award category, Jill will be considering teams that deliver efficient core finance processes, have a real understanding of their businesses, deliver simple actionable insight, influence key decisions, and challenge future plans in their organisations.
As for Jill’s wider association with CIMA, she has volunteered in supporting the member network to plan and run local events, since early in 2000. Even when she moved abroad for a few years, she rallied around members in Spain, then in France, to come together to maintain their CPD. Since her return to the UK, Jill re-joined the CIMA North East Coast branch committee, volunteering for all kinds of roles, leading to her becoming Branch Chairman, and onto Area Chairman.
CIMA East Midlands and East Anglia Area UK&I Network Committee Representative
Founder and, Managing Director | Sustainability Vision Ltd
Jean is an accounting professional focused on sustainability reporting for organisations, with 20 years’ experience of consulting projects, delivering process improvements, key performance indicators, and sustainability, having reported to clients including Lloyds Bank, Newcastle United FC, Citibank, Lacoste, Wyndham Hotels, and Renault.
Jean graduated from Swansea University with a BSc in Economics, and went on to study the CIMA Professional Qualification and become a chartered management accountant.
Roles in Jean’s early career include an accountant, finance manager, and project accountant, before taking a year out from work to do a MBA at Cranfield. This covered core marketing, operations, human resource management, finance, and corporate strategy, and he further specialised in the marketing of service businesses, information systems strategy, the management of technological change, and the management of organisational change.
On returning to work Jean had an eight-year spell with Boots Group plc as a finance manager then financial controller, ahead of setting up as a management consultant. This new role covered business process mapping, restructuring, developing and implementing information systems for forecasting and reporting, and implementing general ledger systems and enterprise resource planning systems. Also risk analysis and business continuity planning, including contingency planning exercises under different scenarios.
Jean is adept at developing and delivering management training, and has developed and delivered training programmes for CIMA including risk management, contingency planning, corporate governance, developing KPIs, carbon footprinting, accounting for carbon, and strategic corporate social responsibility.
Jean then shifted the focus of his work far more toward sustainability and set up Xcarbon Ltd to provide consultancy and training for sustainability reporting. The company has delivered statutory carbon emissions reporting for a wide range of clients in including Itochu plc, Lacoste, RCI Banque, and Wyndham hotels.
Alongside running Xcarbon Ltd, Jean set up Sustainability Vision Ltd, which he runs to develop software which specialises in products and services that support environmental sustainability. Its lead product is GHGi Analytics – a system for analysing and reporting energy use and the associated greenhouse gas emissions.
CIMA South West England and North Wales Area Chairman
Finance Change and Shared Service Leader | AVEVA Group plc (FTSE100 commercial software)
Will applies a commercial approach to deliver value using the art and science of management accountancy – wining hearts and minds.
Having passed his CIMA exams first time via college and home study packs, the first half of Will’s career was spent in a range of finance leadership roles with large companies covering business partnering – financial planning and analysis, decision support, and value maximisation. Hence, he has a good grounding in how businesses work: collaborating across business functions – sales, marketing, IT, HR, and the trade-offs such as short-term profit or cash maximisation versus the need to improve capacity and quality. Will’s business experience was enhanced by gaining a MBA from Manchester Business School.
After one annual budget too many and using his passion for end-to-end process efficiency, Will transitioned into finance transformation / change. At Aviva, this included Aviva Offshoring, RAC integration, new systems, and P2P from business case to implementation.
With Friends Life, this involved Will ‘merging’ AXA Life into Friends Provident, including migrating ex-AXA businesses from SAP to a tight timeframe – delivered on time and within budget.
Will’s recent experience has included re-engineering finance shared services and, managing an international Oracle cloud ERP implementation. In his last role at Ultra he was leading UK global business services – running / expanding the function while improving / developing people, process, technology, and data.
Will is currently using all his previous experience to support an Oracle implementation, finance change and financial shared services for AVEVA – a global leader in engineering and industrial software driving digital transformation.
Over-all Will has a proven finance change / shared services pedigree, using influencing and change skills to add value, via a collaborative approach between businesses – finance, HR, IT, and others, to deliver sustainable results.
CIMA West Midlands Area Chairman
Head of Finance & Planning and, Deputy CEO | Build IT International
John left full-time education at sixteen and joined a company in the Johnson Matthey Group, spending five years on a cost and management accountant training programme, and studying for his CIMA professional qualification, at what is now Staffordshire University. He qualified as a CIMA member in 1982 and achieved his fellowship in 1989.
John continued to study and gained a BA (Hons) degree including a thesis on an aspect of international development. He moved to a manufacturer of frozen foods, installing their first full costing system and joined the senior management team to bring financial insight to pricing and commercial decisions. A few years later he moved to Johnson Tiles – a much larger company within the Norcros Group of companies, overhauling the costing department, covering seven factories, and working closely with marketing in profit optimisation.
Seeking to broaden his financial experience John moved to a successful private company manufacturing water and sewage equipment as group chief accountant, seeing through its purchase by a major water utility. After the sale, he returned to a ceramics industry company, determining and implementing transformation of procurement and stock control, leading to an appointment as financial controller which later included another sale of the company and post-acquisition integration.
John moved on to Bentley Motors, and during his twelve years there held several roles including three as finance manager for Bentley Mulliner bespoke vehicles and products. Subsequent to Bentley’s acquisition by Volkswagen he joined a multi-disciplinary project team for the introduction of the Bentley Continental model from initial drawings to factory production, including responsibility for maintaining the project business modelling. This was to lift the output of the Crewe factory from around 2,000 to over 10,000 cars per year.
Following this John returned to an earlier and growing passion and joined a fledgling international development charity where he has created an international finance team that works alongside colleagues to transform through livelihoods training the prospects of hundreds of young people in Africa.
CIMA Central London and North Thames Area Secretary
CEO and Co-founder | Coach Beni
Maciej graduated with a MA in Philosophy of Management from Wroclaw University, Poland, and at the same time, started his own music business – Sonic Vibe Studio, which in three years had become an international media company with operations in Germany, Czechia and Poland.
Maciej went on to study business administration, ahead of enrolling to do a PhD programme in Artificial Intelligence at the Ludwig-Maximillian University, Munich, after which he moved to London and started studying for his CIMA Professional Qualification.
In 2010 Maciej joined FD Solutions – providers of interim and part-time finance director, as an accountant, working his way up to become an interim CFO for a range of companies.
After achieving his ACMA, CGMA designation, Maciej joined Hussle – formerly PayAsUGym, as head of finance, where he helped the company raise £10m from various VC funds, and to become the gym and fitness marketplace leader.
After a four-year stint at Hussle, Maciej joined Electric Gamebox - immersive team adventures, as vice president of finance, with the responsibility to build the finance function, help the company to raise funds, and to expand into the UK and the US.
Maciej recently followed his passion for artificial intelligence and technology start-ups by launching Coach Beni, a solution to overweight and obesity problems that utilises AI, human coaches and science – clinical psychology and cognitive behavioural therapy.
To sum up Maciej, he loves to solve problems and to learn new ways to resolve them efficiently. He’s always interested in what's ahead, rather than what was the past performance. He uses his experience as a Chartered Management Accountant, to help businesses find their place in a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment. He’s worked with, advised and mentored, numerous companies across diverse sectors, also led and informed business strategies; helping them to achieve fast growth and sustainable success.
While we can’t celebrate our winners’ achievements in person, let’s come together virtually, where we will literally take to the ‘Floor’ virtual event platform, to acknowledge and applaud those shortlisted, finalists, and winners.
This platform is very interactive by way of joining a table for a drinks’ reception, socialising, and networking with likeminded professionals, ahead of the main event, also looking up individuals to chat.
John Young - famed TV news reporter, with more than 30 years’ experience at the BBC, will host the ceremony.
CIMA President Nick Jackson FCMA, CGMA, will be ‘present’ to give a welcome address to guests and nominees and, make virtual award presentations.
For each winner, you’ll hear from their nominator / someone close to the work on which their success was based, to say a few words about the nominee, and our award category judges will be on hand to share what clinched it for each winner to receive the category award.
We can applaud the winners once they take to the stage, and send them emojis to show them support, as they deliver their thank you speech. So, with drinks and nibbles at the ready, do join this prestigious event, to give the winners a most memorable evening. We’re sure all nominees would appreciate and enjoy having family, friends, colleagues, clients, etc, along to their special evening.
|5.30pm||Reception – drinks and nibbles at the ready|
|6.00pm||Welcome and introductions
CIMA President Nick Jackson FCMA, CGMA
|6.25pm||Student of the year|
|6.35pm||Tutor of the year|
|6.45pm||Comfort break and socialising / networking|
|7.00pm||Finance business leader of the year|
|7.10pm||Responsible financial team of the year|
|7.20pm||Financial transformation project team of the year|
Guests are welcome to stay on the ‘floor’
to have further drinks, nibbles, and networking