Paul Palmer is professor of voluntary sector management at Cass Business School and charities consultant to UBS Wealth Management.
He has an extensive knowledge of charity financial, management and governance issues, and has worked as an independent expert on charity dispute issues for courts and arbitration.
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Professor Paul Palmer offers a critical perspective of the social enterprise bandwagon.
"The voluntary sector prostituted itself to the government in 1997, became too dependent on statutory funding, and is now facing the consequences," claimed professor Paul Palmer in a hard-hitting critique of social finance and social enterprise at Cass Business School last night.
Paul Palmer analyses how charities can build brands that continue to enjoy public support.
Paul Palmer explains how to evaluate independent investment advisors.
Smaller charities were praised for their constant innovation in presenting their accounts on the web, at this year’s ICAEW’s online accounts awards ceremony last week.
Accounting qualifications body ICAEW has joined forces with Cass Business School to relaunch the 'experience route' for the Diploma in Charity Accounting.