Ian Allsop

Ian Allsop

Freelance columnist

Ian Allsop was editor of Charity Finance magazine from 2004 until early 2009. He also edited Association Manager and prior to this worked for accountants BDO Stoy Hayward.

Since leaving Charity Finance to become a full-time father, Allsop has taken on occasional PR tasks for companies serving the sector and continued his role as a judge for the Charity Awards.

He has also volunteered for Oxfam.

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Charity Finance Summit 2014

Incorporating a wider breadth of charity finance subjects alongside established streams on charity VAT & tax and charity investment.
 

Phygelius capensis image gredit: Stan Shebs

Ian Allsop takes issue with some hardy perennials that seem to keep cropping up in the charity garden.

Board diversity: Diverse thinking

Charity Finance convened a group of senior sector figures to debate best practice on board and staff diversity. Ian Allsop reports on their discussion.

Brighton Pavilion credit: xgkk

Ian Allsop is not writing slogans for the Brighton tourist board. He is asserting, instead, that the new Charity Commission chief needs time to prove herself.

Ethicial investment policies at the largest charities

We analyse the ethical investment policies of 15 large charities.

Pensions: the situation worsens

Ian Allsop discovers the pension deficit position of many leading charities has worsened over the last two years.

A columnar approach

For Ian Allsop, life has become a never-ending search for material to go into his next column.

How should the charity sector define ‘proper’?

This month, Ian Allsop’s blog is a proper meandering rant. 

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