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The Executive Group is the steering group for the BUFDG organisation. They meet three times a year and host an annual conference around Easter time. The Regional chairs host local networking meetings shortly after the Executive meetings for all FDs in their area. They are always keen to hear from members who have good ideas for speakers or sessions at regional meetings and at conferences.
The Tax Group is one of the busiest groups in BUFDG, dealing with a wide variety of issues for all taxes, especially VAT and corporation tax. The chair, deputy chair, secretary and other members work actively with HMRC to discuss both operational issues and strategic matters through regular update meetings and specific issues meetings.
The working group to develop BUFDG's learning and development opportunities and networking. The group members are representative of H E I s of all sizes across the UK to ensure we fully understand our member needs.
The purpose of the Financial Reporting Group is to improve the transfer of knowledge between BUFDG, the representative body of Finance Directors, and the main audit firms. The main objective is to achieve consistency of approach across the sector on issues of common concern. BUFDG invites its members and the audit firms to raise post audit issues to form the basis for discussions to iron out any misunderstandings or differences of opinion amongst HEIs and their auditors in interpretation of standards.
This is a forum to share knowledge and ideas on the operational issues associated with payroll, expenses, benefits in kind, NMW, off-payroll and other employment tax issues that affect universities. Meetings are held regionally once a year, with at least one other online meeting for all. Everyone is very welcome to attend these meetings.
The Fraud Working Group is a sector body comprising representatives from a number of HE professions including Finance, Procurement, Audit and Risk, and Administration. It was set up in 2012 following a HEFCE effort to establish the extent of fraud risk and readiness in the H E sector.
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