Charity leaders to join Kreston Reeves at Southwark Cathedral for financial seminar
Thursday 30 June: 1.30 – 4.00pm
Charity leaders are encouraged to join accountants, business and financial advisers Kreston Reeves for its annual charity finance seminar, this year to be held at Southwark Cathedral.
The event will provide charity leaders with an update on all forthcoming tax, financial and investment changes, and an insight into how they will affect charities in 2022 and beyond.
Topics to be covered include:
- Ethical investment/ESG;
- The importance of collaboration;
- Budgeting for the future; and
- ESG opportunities.
Joining Kreston Reeves’ experts will be Richard Freeman, the founder and CEO of always possible, one of the UK’s fastest growing strategic development companies. Richard is a specialist in organisational strategy, social innovation, workforce development and systems leadership. His experience spans the voluntary sector, further education, local government and the creative industries. He is an adviser to councils, networks and charities across the UK.
Susan Robinson, a Partner and head of Charities and Not For Profits at Kreston Reeves said: “The economic landscape remains uncertain and increasingly complex. There is a lot that charities need to understand and manage if they are to continue to build resilient organisations.
“Our Charity seminars are extremely popular giving charity leaders that all essential update condensed into one afternoon. Places are limited so be sure to book early.”
To register your interest to attend visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2022-summer-charity-seminar-collaboration-tickets-344077604377.