14 May 2015
Kate Sayer is a partner at Sayer Vincent and has been with the firm for over 20 years, after qualifying as a chartered accountant and experience with an international firm of accountants. She is the engagement partner for a wide range of charity audits, and has written several books on charity finance.
Kate is a member of the Charity Commission SORP Review Committee which develops the standards for charity accounting. She is also a visiting lecturer at the Cass Business School for the Diploma in Charity Finance.
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