Fraud in the Time of Coronavirus: Raising awareness of new and emerging risks for the public sector
Manager, Audit Scotland
Anne Cairns is a manger in Audit Scotland’s Professional Support Service which drives continuous improvement in public audit by delivering support on professional accounting and auditing matters. Anne leads on counter-fraud which involves working closely with other Scottish organisations such as Police Scotland as well as working with the Cabinet Office and audit agencies in Wales and Northern Ireland on the National Fraud Initiative. She also leads on welfare benefits and grant funding schemes.
Anne has 17 years of public audit experience in Scotland working across all sectors. She is a qualified accountant and fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy as well as a fellow of the Chartered Banker Institute. Anne previously worked in financial services.
Board Member, Revenue Scotland; and Lecturer in Public Sector Finance, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
Lynn Bradley is an accountant with more than 30 years’ experience of working in the Scottish public and private sectors. She was formerly the Head of Finance for West Dunbartonshire Council, where her responsibilities included local tax collection. More recently, she was Director of Corporate Programmes & Performance with Audit Scotland. She is a former chair of CIPFA in Scotland and a former chair of the Local Authority Accounts Scotland Advisory Committee. She is currently a University teacher in the Adam Smith Business School at Glasgow University, where she specialises in audit, risk and control.
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