Nick Brooks

Nick Brooks

Nicholas Brooks FCA, DChA, is a partner in the City office of Kingston Smith and heads up the not-for-profit sector group. Nick has over 20 years’ experience in providing audit and advisory services to the sector.

He is a judge for the annual Online Charity Accounts Awards, treasurer and an executive committee member of the Charity Law Association, Fellow of the Institute of Fundraising and chairs both ICAEW Charities Technical Committee and the Charity & Voluntary Sector Group. He was previously chair of CABA, the Chartered Accountants' Benevolent Fund, a substantial grant-making organisation.

He has been recently been asked to join the NCVO’s Executive Pay Inquiry.

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Nick Brooks urges readers to make volunteering their new year’s resolution.


Nick Brooks, head of not for profit at Kingston Smith LLP

The new charity accounting framework must serve the needs of users, argues Nick Brooks.

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