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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How should the charity sector define ‘proper’?

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

Insuring against a damaged reputation

Ian Allsop wishes he could insure against damage to his own reputation.

Charity Insurance Survey 2014: Managing a risky business

Ian Allsop reviews how charities are using their insurers to fulfil their risk management obligations.

Bigging IT up

Ian Allsop runs the rule over some new technology fads – sorry, concepts.

Charity IT Survey 2014: What’s the big idea?

Ian Allsop reviews how charities are meeting the challenge of balancing tight budgets with the pressure to invest in new technologies. New ideas are sorely needed.

Reputation management: Doing the right thing

Charity Finance recently convened senior charity sector figures to discuss reputation management. Ian Allsop was tasked with reflecting their views in a positive light.

Daniel Phelan: Networking the sector

Daniel Phelan first published Charity Finance in 1990, just as the charity sector was about to fundamentally change. Two hundred issues later, he reflects on the journey with Vibeka Mair. 

Charity Finance 200 - demonstrating longevity

Ian Allsop’s column has been dispensing cynical sarcasm since 2010.

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