The chief financial management officer of the world bank has been sworn in as
a CIPFA member today.
Tony Hegarty joined the ranks of the public finance institute at its annual
conference taking place in Brighton.
Hegarty is head of the World Bank’s Financial Management Sector Board and
prior to joining the World Bank, he had more than 16 years’ experience in audit
and management consulting with KPMG.
Caroline Rickatson the Institute’s International Director, said:’Tony is an
extremely well-known figure and is a driving force in advancing and improving
public financial management around the world. His membership is a very positive
signal of the growing recognition of the advances that CIPFA is making in
supporting better practice in public financial management worldwide.’
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