ACFO reveals 2010 AGM line-up
20 April 2010
ACFO has revealed the line-up for its annual conference and AGM being held on Tuesday 18 May at the Mini plant in Oxford.
Topics will include the consequences and implications of road crashes, salary sacrifice schemes and parking regulations.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue will give an insight into the life-saving work they perform when attending road traffic crashes - often involving at-work drivers.
The presentation will be followed by Nathan Male and Mike Moore of professional services and business advisers Deloitte discussing salary sacrifice schemes.
Corporate interest in company car salary sacrifice is rising as businesses analyse whether its introduction can save them and their employees cash.
Finally, Richard Bentley of RMB Consulting, who has a 30-year background of experience with law enforcement and traffic management, will discuss "parking problems and dealing with officialdom" against a background of a rising number of at-work drivers being on the receiving end of fines.
ACFO director Stewart Whyte said the event, which is sponsored by BMW, will be of interest to "all fleet decision-makers whether they are professional fleet managers or have a background in HR, finance or procurement".