Are Housing Associations ready to embrace modern finance systems?


In this panel discussion we discuss:

  • What is the biggest risk during times of financial transformation?
  • What is the risk of not changing?


Catch up on highlights of the panel discussion here


Who should watch this discussion?
Finance professionals within Housing Associations who want to understand how having a best-of-breed finance software integrated into their housing management system can help achieve greater agility, lower costs and better support.



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    Nathan Mallows

    Director of Finance, Coastline Housing
    Nathan is the MD and owner of Infinitas Consulting which he setup with his wife in Dec-12 to focus on providing executive and financial support to house associations and small businesses. In a very busy two years since creation Nathan has worked with Curo, Swan and Hanover housing groups as well as Havebury and Women’s Pioneer housing associations. Prior to this Nathan was Director of Finance at North Herts Homes and Commercial Finance Director at A2 dominion.


    Mike Thomas

    Senior Consultant – Xledger
    With 13+ years’ experience in not-for-profit organisations including Housing Associations, Mike fully understands the demands of finance teams within this sector. Having been part of the implementation of finance systems when working for The International Baccalaureate and Pobl Housing Association, Mike now uses his expertise to work for ‘the other side’ by helping organisations within the not-for-profit and property sectors with their implementation of Xledger software.


    Peter Hucker

    Senior Consultant – Xledger
    Peter is a Chartered Accountant, and Senior Consultant at Xledger, where he works with finance professionals to help them unlock the power of modern technology. Peter has helped Financial Controllers, and FDs streamline their systems, giving back time that can be spent on value-added activity. Before his career at Xledger, Peter worked at the consulting firm EY, in addition to working as a group finance manager of a large multi-national organisation.



    Evelyn Williams, National Housing Federation
    Evelyn is a housing professional, social researcher and part-time housing lecturer. Her current role at the NHF is Policy Assistant supporting different policy areas including finance, resident involvement, decarbonisation, supported housing and homelessness. Over the last 10 years, Evelyn has gained housing experience through academic and non-academic routes.