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The 2022 BUFDG Finance Festival was a 3-day online extravaganza of all things HE Finance. We welcomed 1,300 colleagues, supporters, and speakers for 40 sessions from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th of March.
The event was free to all BUFDG members as part of their institutional subscription. Members can access the recordings, slides, and other details of the event below.
If you have any questions or comments about the event, please do email Matt Sisson or Ashley Shelbrooke.See what happened at previous conferences
|Plenary 1 - HE 2022 - context, challenges, and the future|
|Workshop 1A - Survive or thrive: strategy in a post-pandemic world|
|Workshop 1B - Evolving the finance control environment and assurance response|
|Workshop 1C - Real Estate - the challenge of achieving Net Zero Carbon|
|Workshop 1D - Modern Slavery panel|
|Workshop 2A - Debt capital markets, sustainability bonds, and your institution|
|Workshop 2B - Fees and Accommodation – Understanding the Payment Alternatives|
|Workshop 2C - UK Taxes and HE- a quick-fire update|
|Workshop 2D - Procurement Legal Update|
|Workshop 3A - ESG and the DNA of Higher Education - sustainability benchmarking and why it matters|
|Workshop 3B - Integrated Business Planning in Higher Education|
|Workshop 3C - Effective Capture and Commercialisation of Intellectual Property Rights|
|Workshop 3D - International Taxes and HE - a quick-fire update|
|Breakfast Briefing 1 - How ambitious are you?|
|Plenary 2 - Navigating the challenges of a turbulent time – universities and internationalisation|
|Workshop 4A - Best practice in narrative reporting in 2022|
|Workshop 4B - Transnational Education (TNE): Revenue Streams, Financial Models and Current Opportunities|
|Workshop 4C - Renewable energy: are their opportunities for British Universities?|
|Workshop 4D - Is fraud on your agenda? How are you managing the fraudster?|
|Workshop 5A - The role of financial statement reporting in ESG and environmental matters|
|Workshop 5B - Pensions in Higher Education … is it possible to control pension costs without upsetting employees?|
|Workshop 5C - National Security & Investment Act 2021- Now in Effect! What This Means for the Finance Function|
|Workshop 5D - What did framework agreements ever do for you?|
|Workshop 6A - Transforming Professional Services – helping the University of Birmingham deliver digitally enabled change more effectively|
|Workshop 6B - Delivering Student Accommodation Projects during a Pandemic; impacts, lessons learned and implications for the future|
|Workshop 6C - Why is there turmoil in the insurance market and what does it mean for Universities?|
|Workshop 6D - External funding for postgraduate students – do they need it and does it matter to my HEI?|
|Breakfast Briefing 2 - Inside Track Career Clinic – the Cryptic World of Executive Search|
|Plenary 3 - The economic and policy challenges to HE|
|Workshop 7A - Managing the tensions between the need to spend and save|
|Workshop 7B - The sustainable campus of the future I: Construction and Planning|
|Workshop 7C - Digital asset theft: managing risk and maximising value from university research and IP|
|Workshop 7D - Beyond divestment: delivering sustainable investment outcomes through effective stewardship and measurable impact – practical approaches for universities|
|Workshop 8A - Positive Disruption: Improving the International Student Payment Journey Post-Pandemic|
|Workshop 8B - The sustainable campus of the future II: Energy|
|Workshop 8C - Become an even better leader|
|Workshop 8D - What should university treasurers consider in a post pandemic world?|
|Plenary 4 - How to create high-performing teams in the 'new normal'|
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