Richard Weaver

Richard Weaver

Partner, haysmacintyre

In addition to statutory audit, Richard provides advice on financial systems reviews, management reporting structures, best practice and policy matters exclusively for a wide range of not-for-profit sector clients.

Weaver has experience in both small and medium-sized commercial organisations in addition to charities. He also heads up the charity internal audit team providing ad hoc and structured advisory services to meet individual client needs.

Weaver coordinates the internal update courses for charities, as well as a collaborative series of trustee training sessions with Farrer & Co.  He is editor of Charity Briefing, its regular newsletter for charities and speaks at a range of conferences often on finance and governance issues affecting charities.  Richard also worked closely with the policy unit at the Charity Finance Directors Group co-authoring its publication Know your cost base, know your charity. 

 

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