Stephen  Lloyd

Stephen Lloyd

Partner and senior counsel, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Stephen Lloyd was a partner and senior counsel at Bates Wells Braithwaite. He died in August 2014. He had particular expertise in the interface between charities and trading.

He was an author and presenter of numerous articles and seminars, and an adviser to CAF's Venturesome Investment Fund. He was a former chairman of the Charity Law Association and chairman of CaSE, LifeHaus Plc and the Centre for Innovation in Voluntary Action.

Lloyd was instrumental in creating the Community Interest Company legal structure.

 

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Ian Allsop returned from holiday to find many in the sector already needled by Brooks Newmark. This article was written for Charity Finance magazine, which went to press before Newmark resigned as minister for civil society.

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