Charities update: 2016 – Changes still ahead
Kingston Smith team up with IBB Solicitors for their annual charities update to bring you up to speed with the legal and regulatory developments in the charity sector and also take a look ahead at what to expect in 2016.
In the first half of the seminar, IBB Charities Team, Jo Coleman and Eva Abeles will provide an update on the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill, and what it means for your charity and the charity sector generally. Following the re-issue of CC3 this summer, they will also present their ten point guide to everything your trustee boards need to know about their duties and responsibilities.
In the second half of the seminar, the Kingston Smith Charities Team will update delegates on the recent SORP consultation and its draft conclusions, as well as the changes to the audit threshold and independent examination. The session will also cover how charities can understand and protect themselves from the threat of cyber attacks. Finally, James Newell Director of Kingston Smith’s Fundraising department, will go through the Charity Commission’s revised version of CC20 which focuses on trustees’ responsibilities in the fundraising context.
Date: Tuesday 19 January 2016
Time: 4.30pm registration for 5.00pm. Ends 6.15pm, followed by canapés and refreshments
Speakers: Jonathan Seymour, Not for Profit Partner – Kingston Smith. James Newell, Director – Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management. Jo Coleman, Partner, and Eva Abeles, Senior Solicitor – IBB Solicitors
Venue: IBB Solicitors, Capital Court, 30 Windsor Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1AB
RSVP: Becky Honeysett on email@example.com or 0207 566 3850
Date: January 19, 2016
Not for Profit Partner - Kingston Smith
Director – Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management
Partner - IBB Solicitors
Senior Solicitor - IBB Solicitors
30 Windsor Street