Caron Bradshaw

Caron Bradshaw

Chief executive, Charity Finance Group

Caron Bradshaw is chief executive of the Charity Finance Group. Bradshaw is a trained lawyer who was previously head of charities and the voluntary sector at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

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Pooled Funds Survey 2014: Dipping into new pools

After a year in which a number of CIFs have closed, Ian Allsop assesses the future of pooled funds in the charity sector.

Finance Directors Survey 2014: More FDs move jobs

Ian Allsop reviews this year’s list of FDs at the UK’s largest 100 charities, and finds many new faces.

CFG's annual report 2014: Fit for the future

Charity Finance Group raided its free reserves to the tune of £187,510 last year to carry out a change programme and move offices, its latest annual report and accounts reveal.

Treasury scraps plans to create definition of charity for tax purposes

The government has scrapped plans for a new definition of charity for tax purposes over fears it could hamper legitimate charities, a Treasury minister announced yesterday.

The Charity Commission faced with eye watering cut backs, doesn't have a choice in the matter. This is a great opportunity for the voluntary sector to rise up and work together to fill the vacuum created by the cuts.

» Umbrella bodies critical about taking Charity Commission advice role

Statutory power of social investment proposals broadly welcomed

A proposal for a general power to make it easier for charities to participate in social investment has received broad support from sector representatives.

Protection of Charities Bill announced in Queen's Speech

A draft bill to give more powers to the Charity Commission is among the measures being announced today in the Queen’s Speech.

Church charities lose £16m of small donations funding to HMRC rules

Church charities have missed out on £16m of funding under the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme – more than twice as much as the scheme has actually paid out – because the rules have been applied too strictly, the Charity Finance Group annual conference heard yesterday.

Martin Clarke, chair of the UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association

Chief executives' body Acevo has launched a commission to advise charities and social enterprises on ethical and responsible investment.

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