Ian Gould

Ian Gould

National head of corporate recovery, PKF (UK) LLP

Ian has been involved in the not-for-profit sector since qualifying as an insolvency practitioner in 1998, and has spent considerable time undertaking investigations, assisting in turnarounds and mergers and undertaking problem solving for charity clients.

He has a special interest in working with trustees and other professionals to help charities in financial difficulties.

 

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Charities in trouble - hard choices and difficult decisions

In the third and final instalment in a mini-series of articles looking at how the charitable sector can respond to the prolonged economic slowdown, Ian Gould explains what practical steps trustees can take if their charity is facing severe financial difficulties.

On red alert - how to cope with the economic slowdown

A number of warning signs could give trustees advance notice if their organisation is heading for trouble. Ian Gould reveals what to look out for.

Prolonged economic slowdown: trustees' responsibilities

In the first of a series of three articles looking at how trustees can respond to the prolonged economic slowdown, Ian Gould explains the important role that trustees play in monitoring their charity’s financial position.

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Changes to gift aid: how to make sure your charity has the right declaration

28 Apr 2016

HMRC has introduced changes to both the operation and management of gift aid, and the gift aid declaration....

Who is really in charge at the Charity Commission?

26 Apr 2016

The Charity Commission has come in for criticism over the behaviour of its board and its governance structure....

Safe keeping: the implications of historic child sexual-abuse allegations

12 Apr 2016

Current scrutiny of historic child sexual-abuse allegations has implications for all charities. Ian Allsop...

How to optimise your online giving pages

20 Apr 2016

Small tweaks to your online donation page can lead to big results – especially in the world of mobile....

The young ones: The UK's best 25 fundraisers under 35

18 Apr 2016

Time to shine a spotlight on the rising superstars of fundraising in this, our biennial 25 under 35 list....

The growing role that digital plays in securing legacies

15 Apr 2016

A rise in the number of silver surfers is one of many factors changing the way that charities attract...

Social media - how to make sure you comply with employment law

4 Mar 2016

Gearalt Fahy, partner at 3volution, examines some of the challenges for employers created by the rise...

Four ways that innovation can be the solution for charities

1 Mar 2016

Based on his experiences at Relate, Chris Sherwood suggests four ways to innovate your way out of a difficult...

Business intelligence solutions for charities

3 Feb 2016

Businesses and charities are increasingly adopting business intelligence solutions. Gareth Jones investigates...

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