Hot on the heels of the National Deputyship Development Day held in London on the 14th
September, Finders International are pleased to announce that the first regional event to be held in Taunton on the 23rd November 2017
This FREE event, to be held at Taunton Rugby Club, is open to all local authorities carrying out the Deputyship/Appointeeship function and is free to attend. The event is also open to local solicitors who undertake Deputyships on a regular basis.
David Lockwood, Finders International Public Sector Development Manager, says:
“Following the success of the initial event we are keen to bring meetings to hard pressed local authorities all over the country. It is vital that they are supported to carry out this vital role and we at Finders will continue to promote the good work they carry out for some of the most under privileged in our society.
It is also an opportunity for staff in the Public Sector to meet those who can support them in their day to day roles in the private sector. With budgets ever squeezed the public sector needs help to continue providing vital services, the private sector has to step up and provide that support.”
South West Regional Deputyship Development Day – Taunton Rugby Football Club – 23rd November 2017
09:00 – 10:00 Registration, Tea & Coffee
10:00 – 10:15 Introductions – Welcome
10:15 – 11:10 Rathbones – Financial Advisor – Understanding investment risk and return
11:10 – 11:25 Tea & Coffee Break
11:25 – 12:15 Danny Curran – What can Finders do for you
12:15 – 13:15 Lunch
13.15 – 14:00 Bsq Costs law – Applying for Costs at Court
14:00 – 14:15 Questionnaire Feedback
14:15 – 15:00 Elder Abuse – Forensic Investigation of finances
15:00 – 15:25 Open Forum – Q&A
15:30:00 Prize Draw and Close
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“On days like today I get to meet with other councils for a little bit of verification about what about processes are, what their processes are – learning more about how I could do things a little bit better.” Public Authority Employee
“The feedback I’ve had since doing the talk is that its given everybody something to think about and to approach the court to see if they can make claims.“ Paul Cruickshanks, Court of Protection Costs Manager
“Today has been very Informative…lots of information I wouldn’t have got anywhere else…doing our job is quite unusual, quite specialist, so it’s rare to other people who do the same job as you do” Public Authority Employee
“First and foremost the networking…we can meet people from local authorities we might not have liaised with previously” Michael Culver, Partner at Bolt Burdon Solicitors