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INGOs - Turning risks to opportunities

Sayer Vincent

Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 13:30 to 17:00 (BST)

INGOs - Turning risks to opportunities

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  • You may book a maximum of two people from the same organisation onto this event

  • Places at this seminar are only open to charities and not-for-profit organisations
  • 3 Oct 2016 Free  

    Share INGOs - Turning risks to opportunities

    Event Details

    The current challenges facing international NGOs are numerous. On the basis that a problem shared is a problem halved we are planning an afternoon of open discussion of these challenges and how you can best position your organisation to manage the risks and exploit the opportunities arising.

    Join us and other experts to discuss the issues facing the sector over tea and cake. Topics up for discussion include:

    ●  Uncertainty caused by delays in DfID publishing its Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR)
    ●  Implications of Brexit on EU funding
    ●  Sterling devaluation
    ●  Moves towards more payments-by-results
    ●  Bank de-risking

    Please note that registration will be from 13.30pm, for a 14.00pm start.
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    Confirmed speakers:

    Jonathan Orchard is a Partner at Sayer Vincent. He combines a broad portfolio of audit clients with a particular specialism on the international development sector. Prior to returning to Sayer Vincent in 2013, Jonathan worked with many leading international NGOs providing internal audit and risk management support. He advises charity’s on the benefits of improved risk management, internal controls and the value that can be added by internal audit.



    Helen I'Anson
    is a Consultancy and Projects Manager at NGO specialists Mango. She manages the development and delivery of Mango's projects helping organisations and individuals manage finance better.



    Shivaji Shiva
    is a Senior Associate at Anthony Collins Solicitors. He advises staff and board members of social enterprises, charities and other not-for-profit organisation on areas such as restructuring, re-organisation, mergers and the development of complex collaboration arrangements.

     

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    Sayer Vincent training seminars are specifically tailored to support the development of finance teams working in charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations.

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    How to get to the venue:
    By tube
    Old Street and Barbican are the nearest tube stations, both less than 10 minutes walk away. Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Farringdon are also all within walking distance.

    By bus
    Bus numbers 55 and 243 both stop close by, along Old Street – just a few minutes walk away. The 55 runs from Leyton to Oxford Circus, the 243 from Wood Green to Waterloo.

    By car
    It is not recommended to travel to the venue by car – it is inside the congestion charge zone, there is very limited parking on site and the surrounding streets are frequently subject to patrols by traffic wardens.

    Accessibility:
    The venue provides full wheelchair access and hearing aid loops. If you have particular requirements, please let us know in your booking form. ..............................................................................................................................................................
    No longer able to attend?
    If you can no longer make it to the seminar, please do let us know! Just send us a quick email to events@sayervincent.co.uk - or you can cancel your place yourself through your Eventbrite account. 
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    Any other questions?
    If you have any other questions about this event, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0207 841 6360 or events@sayervincent.co.uk

    Do you have questions about INGOs - Turning risks to opportunities? Contact Sayer Vincent

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    EC1Y 0TY London
    United Kingdom

    Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 13:30 to 17:00 (BST)


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    Sayer Vincent

    Sayer Vincent is a firm of chartered accountants that has been dedicated to working with charities and social enterprises for over 30 years. Through tailored audit and advice services, we provide trustees and managers with the assurance that their charity is managing its resources effectively. As well as being commercial accountants, our team has an in-depth knowledge of the governance and management of charities and social enterprises.

    Sayer Vincent offers one of the most comprehensive charity seminar programmes of any UK audit firm. Our training is specifically tailored to support the development of finance teams working in charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations. We cover a wide range of topics with around 50 training events annually across London, Bristol and Birmingham.

             

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