Ian Oakley-Smith

Ian Oakley-Smith

Ian Oakley-Smith is head of PricewaterhouseCooper's charity sector team in the UK.

He was previously an insolvency practitioner at PwC with over 17 years experience. He has significant sector experience in the travel/tourism and charity and not-for-profit sectors, helping businesses and stakeholders in these fields for many years.

He has taken roles such as interim manager for the Charity Commisssion.


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70 per cent of charity respondents experienced demand increase in last year, survey says

Seventy per cent of charities responding to a survey experienced an increase in demand for services in the last 12 months, and the same number expect an increase in the next 12, according to a report released today.

Charity Audit Survey 2014: Double standards

The new Sorps are published, but the uncertain future of the FRSSE is creating confusion for many charities over which one to use, finds Diane Sim.

New, tougher normal here to stay for charities

Charities are settling in to a new operating environment in which demand is high, growth is low and all options – from downsizing to merging – are on the table.

Death by a thousand cuts?

Ian Oakley-Smith analyses how charities have responded to the public spending cuts and finds that merger activity is not as common as some might expect.

Ian Oakley-Smith, director, PwC

Charities are not merging with other charities nearly as much as might be expected in the wake of the public spending cuts, new figures from the Charity Commission suggest.

Ian Oakley-Smith

Finance directors are well placed to help trustees ensure their charity emerges stronger from the recession, says Ian Oakley-Smith.

Safeguarding trustees in an economic downturn

Why trustees must remain alert to the possibility of insolvency and handle the situation carefully to avoid being held personally liable.

Funding a solution

Effective financial management is crucial for charities contracting with the public sector, say Ian Oakley-Smith, Helen Artemiou, Stephen Ravenscroft and Glen Flannery.

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