Alistair  Gibbons

Alistair Gibbons

Director of finance and operations

Alistair Gibbons was the head of finance at Citizens Advice.

In January 2014 he joined the Smart Meter Central Delivery Body as director of finance and operations, reporting to chief executive Sacha Deshmukh, who is also deputy chair of Citizens Advice.
 
He was previously an accountant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and has bachelors’ degrees in both English literature, and economic and social history.

 

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Charity finance: looking under the bonnet

In tough financial times, there’s no room for the traditional levels of complacency in budget setting, warns Alistair Gibbons.

Valuing what we do

With his Olympics memories still fresh, Alistair Gibbons ponders the lessons for impact reporting.

Looking at investment with fresh eyes

Citizens Advice has been reviewing its investment strategy. Alistair Gibbons describes the lessons learned.

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