Jim Clifford

Jim Clifford

Corporate finance partner, Baker Tilly

Jim Clifford has over 25 years experience in advising charities and charity management, and leads Baker Tilly’s strategic planning and merger and acquisition services for the charity and education sectors.

He was awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2013.



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Luke Fletcher, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Jim Clifford and Luke Fletcher take stock of social investment progress and predict its growth to 2025.

Charities unveil £2m social impact bond to improve adoption in the UK

Baker Tilly and a consortium of 18 charities have launched a national social impact bond scheme to help hard-to-place children in local authority care find permanent adoptive homes.

Report on impact measurement highlights importance of the story

Key elements of effective impact measurement are the telling of the story and fitting measurements to an organisation's intervention, says a new report.

What is the meaning of 'social finance'?

Jim Clifford provides an explanation and tracks new trends in social finance; examining whether social impact bonds are a new species or children of a long-running dynasty.

SROI - telling the story well?

What is SROI and how is it done? Jim Clifford subjects the technique to detailed analysis.

Mergers and collaborations

The Baker Tilly Voluntary Sector Governance Survey of 2008 has some interesting findings on mergers and collaborations.

Facing the crunch

Is the credit crunch a threat or opportunity, ask Jim Clifford and Mark Wilson.

A very skilful merger

Unveiling the process behind the Basic Skills Agency’s recent merger with the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education

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