Archive for April, 2013

Annal Nayyar – blogs -Overhaul expected of local government insurance procurement

Government efficiency chiefs are seeking to overhaul how local authorities procure insurance, it has emerged. The news follows the appointment yesterday of Michael Wade as one six Crown Representatives – business leaders appointed to ensure the government gets value for money from its suppliers. Mr Wade, who helped restore the fortunes of historic insurance agents [...]

Annal Nayyar asks -Why Choose FiS-EdSolutions Ltd?

Annal Nayyar explains that his company  is more than just a faceless service . They  are skilled financial specialists who can give you greater clarity of the bigger picture and improve and install a robust financial foundation for your school to move forward for long term financial health. Are you interested? contact for a free [...]

Annal Nayyar reports that – - Our services enable Head Teachers and Senior Staff to free themselves from the ‘shackles’ of financial management without taking away their ownership and control so that they can provide maximum focus on raising the attainment of every pupil.

Annal Nayyar and his team of specialist accountants  deliver  services that  enable Head Teachers and Senior Staff to free themselves from the ‘shackles’ of financial management without taking away their ownership and control so that they can provide maximum focus on raising the attainment of every pupil. We will look to achieve efficiencies that can [...]

Annal Nayyar offers the following services to schools across all phases.

Offer a comprehensive range of   operational and strategic financial services across all school phases; Provide a responsive, flexible and  forward thinking service to meet a schools current and future needs; Offer interim management & finance staff support to address a schools short, medium and long term staff  requirements ranging from junior finance staff to senior [...]

Annal Nayyar and Fis-EdSolutions commissioned to Project Manage conversion to Academy Status –Alternative Provision.

Annal Nayyar and Fis-Edsolutions have been commissioned to project manage the conversion of a Pupil Referral unit to Academy status. This will include full finance due diligence and commissioning and review of other required services such legal, external audit etc.

Annal Nayyar and Fis-EdSolutions commissioned to project manage two Special schools to achieve Academy Status and then form a Multi Academy Trust.

Annal Nayyar has been commissioned to provide a full finance support package and project management of special schools who are forming as a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) in 2013. The package of service will also include commissioning of external services such as banking, insurance review accounting procedures for ‘fit for purpose’ status.

Annal Nayyar-Council pension funds could be merged, says DCLG official

Government ministers want council pension funds to work closer together and ‘do not rule out’ implementing mergers of existing funds, the man leading pension reforms at the Department for Communities and Local Government has said. Bob Holloway, the head of the Local Government Pension Scheme 2 division in the department, said discussions with the Local [...]

Annal Nayyar reports -LGA plans new model for local government

The Local Government Association is set to launch a radical reform plan for councils that will outline new ways of allocating public funding and providing services, chair Sir Merrick Cockell has revealed In an interview with Public Finance, Cockell set out details of the LGA’s attempt to develop a ‘new model’ for local government, which [...]

Annal Nayyar-Pension Deficit increases in Local Government Pensions Scheme

Council employers face the need to  meet a town hall pensions gap that has doubled to more than £80bn in three years, finance experts have warned today- article in Local Gov. Research undertaken by KPMG, based on data collected by the GMB trade union, indicates the aggregate deficit in the Local Government Pension Scheme has [...]

Annal Nayyar-Unions consider 1% pay rise offered to council staff

Town hall bosses have offered to prevent the local government pay freeze extending into a fourth year with a 1% pay increase, amid ‘extreme disappointment’ over trade union unwillingness to negotiate over terms and conditions.