About the Conference
The new normal: what will it look like?
Although the effects of reduced rental income are being felt already, the full extent of the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak could take many months to emerge.
At SFHA’s sector-leading finance conference, hear from experts about what will need to change in light of the crisis – and what we as a sector should consider changing now that we have a chance to hit the reset button.
- The sectors’ role in the road to recovery is vital, we will discuss what it might look like
- A chance to network with your fellow finance professionals
- New challenges and opportunities will emerge for the sector, hear more about what they might be
Costs & how to book
Rates start at £220 for both days for SFHA members and £310 for non members.
This price includes access to all sessions on demand for 3 months after the event. So don’t be put off if you can’t make one day, you can access on demand at a time that suits.
You book your place at the conference it is the same easy process as for all of our events. Register using 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
A few days before the conference we will send you a link to access our new interactive conference hub. If you have any questions contact our events Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member Price £220
Non-member Price £310
Programme at a glance
Scottish Housing Regulator
Ian Brennan is Director of Regulation at the Scottish Housing Regulator. He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants. He also holds a business degree from the University of Strathclyde and an MBA from the University of Glasgow.Read More
Ian joined the Board of Historic Environment Scotland in a non-executive capacity on 1 November 2016. From November 2013 until July 2016 he was a member of the Board of Glasgow Kelvin College where he chaired the Financial Control Committee.
Previously Ian has held positions in higher education, the NHS and the Accounts Commission. He has also worked for a number of accountancy firms.
The son of a Yorkshire coal miner, Adrian began his career as a police officer in Bristol. However, unable to contain an entrepreneurial urge and a burning desire to “do something different”, he soon found himself setting up a highly innovative dairy business, before successfully diversifying into a wide range of other areas ranging from frozen food to recruitment and property.Read More
Armed with a genuine love and proven talent for selling, Adrian entered the IT industry, where he quickly established himself as one of the UK’s top sales professionals. From Corporate Sales Manager of US Robotics, he moved to leading distributor Northamber plc as Group Sales & Training Manager, where he led a team of 150 to phenomenal success, and discovered his ability to inspire others.
Today, Adrian is one of the UK’s most sought-after motivational speakers, specialising in delivering inspirational key messages and practical tools in a humorous, down-to-earth style audiences can easily relate to and remember.
Paul is an expert in long term financial planning for housing associations.Read More
He has been working within the housing sector for nearly 30 years. Paul is a qualified chartered accountant and has an accountancy degree from Glasgow University.
Paul started his career with Deloitte Haskins and Sells before moving to Scottish Homes and then into advisory services with his own firm of consultancy HRC Ltd. Paul has created and/or assessed the long-term strategic plans for the majority of social landlords in Scotland.
His experience also includes providing Independent tenant advice for housing transfers, securing in excess of £600m of Private Finance for social housing projects, options appraisals for the future of non-traditional houses and project managing Large Scale Voluntary Transfers.
Paul assisted in updating the Scottish Housing Regulator’s Business Planning guidance and has recently assisted an Association in appealing against the statutory intervention of the SHR.
Nikki Slowey is the Co-Founder and Director of Flexibility Works. She is one of Scotland’s leading experts in flexible working and has dedicated the past six years to directly supporting and encouraging employers to create flexible workplaces.Read More
She is a regular media commentator, public speaker and has contributed to research and books on flexible working. Nikki’s background is in marketing and communications, previously running her own communications consultancy. Nikki’s career started in the finance and property sectors but as a true social entrepreneur, Nikki has been drawn to working with, and for, non-profit organizations. Nikki is mum to three boys, enjoys being outdoors, cooking vegetarian food and also runs community wellbeing events.