Wednesday, 19 September 2012

How confident are you that your charity is financially sustainable? - London, 06/11/12

National Trustees' Week 2012 takes place from 5th -11th November. CFG is proud to be a partner, and in collaboration with the Honorary Treasurers Forum, is hosting an evening event to coincide with the week.

Date:                Tuesday 6th November 2012
Time:               5:30pm-7.00pm, followed by a drinks reception
Venue:            Cass Business School 
106 Bunhill Row
London EC1Y 8TZ
(For a map, please click
Speakers:         TBC 

CFG and Honorary Treasurers Forum (HTF) will be hosting this free evening event, centred around the theme of financial sustainability in charities. What information presented to the board will help you know whether your charity is financially sustainable?  What are the red flag indicators?  The evening, led by a knowledgeable and experienced panel, aims to provide attendees with an increased awareness and understanding of the key questions to ask about their organisation’s finances, and the information required to answer them. 

 The event is open to all, and attendees are very welcome to bring along a trustee from their organisation; it promises to be an insightful and informative evening for all.

The event will feature short talks from a number of speakers (TBC), followed by a panel discussion, providing an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and comment on their own experiences.  The event will conclude with an opportunity to network over drinks and canap├ęs.

We would like to thank UBS for their kind sponsorship of the event.

If you have any questions about the event, please email Douglas Hull at

1 comment:

  1. Update on speakers:
    Event is free courtesy of sponosrship from UBS and speakers include Kate Sayer of (Sayer Vincent), Alistair Gibbons,( Head of Finance at Citizens Advice), David Walter - (Arthritis UK), Matthew Simkins (Insolvency and turnaround expert)
    more info at:

    Should be a really lively and informative event and very timely given the uncertain finances in many charities