Head of Balance Sheet Management,
Olivia Halliday is Head of Balance Sheet Management at HM Treasury working to deliver the Balance Sheet Review, an excellent example demonstrating the value of the finance profession to find ways to release resources to invest in delivering public services and to strengthen financial sustainability. It builds on the work she originally did at the Treasury, successfully publishing the first ever Whole of Government Accounts for the UK, earning the Government Finance Professional Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession in 2011. The UK WGA is still today one of the most comprehensive public sector financial accounts in the world. Olivia shares her experiences and insights to other finance professionals and governments on complex issues arising from accrual accounting, large scale consolidations, and how to make sense of and get value from consolidated accrual accounts. Before joining Treasury, Olivia has worked in the financial services and international sectors with Price waterhouse Coopers and Deutsche Bank.