The Charity Finance Summit returns as an in-person event on 7 October with sessions helping charities navigate the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 crisis.
The event, which is organised by Civil Society Media, is now in its thirteenth year and has been designed to brings delegates the most up-to-date developments in charity finance, from a regulatory perspective as well as thought leadership and practical case studies.
This year's closing keynote will be delivered by Mia Campbell, head of the Fraud Advisory Panel, who will explain why there has been a dramatic increase in fraud and financial crime since the start of the pandemic. She will tell charities how they can ensure they have processes in place to protect their organisation and outline some simple steps to build resilience.
During the day sessions are divided across three streams: VAT & Tax, Strategy & Risk, and Investment. The conference is also accredited by the CPD Standards Office.
The event will follow all the latest Covid-19 and government guidance, be run at a reduced capacity, and be supported by virtual resources as part of Charity Finance Week.
Jenni O’Donovan, events director at Civil Society Media, said: “Now is an opportune time to reflect upon learnings, identify opportunities and ensure that you are informed about the latest developments in charity finance, from a regulatory as well as a thought-leadership perspective.
“Emerging from the initial grip of the pandemic, it is more important than ever that our robust and agile charitable sector is financially fit and positioned to continue playing a crucial role in leading the recovery.
“We hope that you will join us, with your team, for what promises to be an informative, thought-provoking and energising day out.”
Delegates who book before 10 September are eligible for a £50 discount.
More details about the programme and how to book are available on the event Charity Finance Summit event page.