What will Brexit’s impact be on the social housing sector?
Political economist John McLaren will be telling delegates at the SFHA Finance Conference what he thinks about the future of the economy and its impact on the social housing sector will be after Brexit.
With the UK scheduled to leave the EU just a fortnight before the SFHA Finance Conference, political economist John McLaren will be telling delegates what he thinks about the future of the economy and its impact on the social housing sector
John is a political economist whose work is concentrated on the Scottish economy and finances but also covers a wide range of macro and micro economic issues.
He has worked as an economist at H.M. Treasury, the Scottish Office, the Centre for Public Policy for Regions at the University of Glasgow and was an Executive Director of Fiscal Affairs Scotland. He is currently working as an economic consultant and runs the website Scottish Trends. He is also a regular commentator on the Scottish economy in the media.
As well as this post brexit economic update, delegates of the conference will also hear from motivational speaker Adrian Webster, an update from Ian Brennan, Director of Regulation at the Scottish Housing Regulator and from a panel on the future of finance post 2021.
The conference also boasts a range of workshops on key issues relevant to finance and senior staff including financial risk and stress testing, cybercrime, preparing for the new data collection, alternative funding and the cost benefits of collaboration.
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This year’s conference returns to Crieff Hydro in Perthshire, located just over an hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Residential places start from £550 for SFHA members (early bird rate) and £870 for non-members (early bird). Day delegate rates are from £280 or why not book three places and receive a fourth day place for free!
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