‘Financial and Value for Money Audit Challenges facing the Public Sector’

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VENUE: Chartered Accountants Ulster Society Offices, 32-38 Linenhall St, Belfast, BT2

DATE: 1 October 2013

TIME: 12.00pm to 2:00pm.  Registration/Buffet lunch at 12.00pm for 12.30pm start.

SPEAKER: Mr Kieran Donnelly, Comptroller and Auditor General for Northern Ireland (C&AG) and head of the Northern Ireland Audit Office (NIAO)


COST: £15 inclusive of VAT


‘Financial and Value for Money Audit Challenges facing the Public Sector’

01st October 2013



Kieran Donnelly was appointed to the post of Comptroller and Auditor General in September 2009 and has been on the Audit Office Senior Management Team since 1997. Previous posts included head of Value for Money Audit and Head of Financial Audit. Kieran is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy. Since his appointment he has published over fifty reports covering financial management, governance, joined up government, public sector efficiency and productivity, quality of services
and the handling of fraud.

This event will provide an insight into the work of the Audit Office, its relationship with the Public Accounts Committee of the Assembly and its contribution to the better use of public money.


This is a Chartered Accountants in Public Sector initiative.  All Ulster Society members are welcome to attend.  We also encourage you to bring along work colleagues/guests. 


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