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APSCo Finance Sector Group Meeting spotting crisis warning signs

APSCo Finance Sector Group Meeting – spotting crisis warning signs

APSCo is hosting its next Finance Sector Group meeting - aimed at recruitment firms in the finance, accounting, banking and insurance sectors - on Tuesday 4th December in Central London (5-7pm) with a focus on spotting crisis warning signs and new business ideas. A few non-member guest places are also available.

Keith Wilmott, Chair of the Finance Sector Group and Chief Finance Officer at Venn Group, says: “The primary objective of the Finance Sector Group is to bring members together with interests within the Finance, Banking and Insurance recruitment sectors, and to act as a catalyst for the discussion of existing and new business ideas in an open and frank manner. Matters discussed will generate unique business initiatives. Existing members have reported that the networking and mentoring opportunities offered by these meeting can be thought provoking and financially beneficial in the long run”.

Ann Swain, Chief Executive of APSCo, commented: “The participation of members in our quarterly meetings is what truly makes a difference in understanding and representing specific sector groups.”

Welcome and APSCo update

Ann Swain, Chief Executive, APSCo.

Spotting crisis warning signs – risk management

Roger Miles - Risk Think Tank, Kings College London- will discuss how to spot the warning signs for an imminent crisis with anecdotes from his own career.

New business ideas - Cyber Security

Martin Jordan - Director Computer & Network Security, KPMG- will discuss how the digital revolution is driving business innovation and growth, yet also exposing us to new and emerging threats. How can we ensure our businesses are appropriately securing their operations in such a fluid and evolving environment. How can Cyber Security be serviced in the future by Finance Recruiters?

Discussion: New business initiative

Creating value for owners and shareholders within the Recruitment Sector
Keith Wilmott


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