Finance Leaders’ Forum

A Moore Kingston Smith community for senior finance executives

In recognition of how difficult it can be for finance leaders to share ideas with peers experiencing similar issues, we host the Finance Leaders’ Forum. It is a community developed with the needs of senior finance executives at its heart, providing a forum to keep finance leaders abreast of relevant developments as well as facilitating the exchange of ideas.

We focus on the common business challenges, both current and future, facing senior finance executives. With the emphasis on practical, pragmatic advice, we look in some detail at the features of successful businesses.

Topics are considered from a technical and regulatory perspective and potential solutions are discussed and debated, with active participation from all attendees. Promising to be a lively and provocative conversation, the forum is initially online, which may change, depending on circumstances.

Our finance leaders are from businesses sized £5-£100 million in turnover. To register your interest, please email

Next event

Finance Leaders’ Forum: Make wellbeing your goal for 2022

Tuesday 22 February 2022 | 12-1pm

With the war for talent topping the list of 2022 concerns, organisations should make employee wellbeing a priority in order to adapt and thrive. Join our Finance Leaders’ Forum round table discussion, where our panel of experts will discuss the benefits of establishing a wellbeing framework and the steps to implement one. We will also be joined by Josh Stephens from Leyton Orient FC, who will share his experience of setting up a Mental Health First Aider scheme at the club. 

Our experts will be ready to answer any questions. Topics for discussion will include:  

  • How to establish a wellbeing framework and strategy in the workplace  
  • How Leyton Orient implemented a Mental Health First Aider scheme 
  • Q&A on talent retention and employee incentive schemes 

Our panel will be on hand to answer any questions, whether they are tax related or not. You can raise your hand during the discussion, post questions in the chat or send them through to Meg Milton in advance: