Charity sector event
Investing to support your charitable goals, and making decisions that ensure you keep on the right side of the Charity Commission
22 May 2019 - Hymans Robertson Office, One London Wall, London, EC2Y 5EA - 16:45 to 19:00
There’s increasing consensus that charities should align their investment strategy with their charitable objects. We saw this most recently in a March 2019 letter to the Charity Commission signed by a range of high profile charities.
In addition, charity governance continues to ramp up, with it becoming ever more important to keep on the right side of the Charity Commission, and ensure any decision passes the ‘Daily Mail test'.
On top of all this, Defined Benefit pension schemes continue to be a burden, and imminent regulatory changes will require some charities to increase contributions to fund deficits more quickly.
Register your place below as we, along with industry experts, will explore the key issues affecting the sector and how you can achieve more certainty in an ever changing environment.
Agenda topics include:
- Investment strategy: do you need to review your investment strategy to align with your charitable objects?
- In the spotlight: keeping on the right side of the Charity Commission with your decision making.
- DB pension schemes: benchmarking analysis, and how to prepare for forthcoming regulatory changes.
Our consultants will be joined by:
- Sally Bridgeland, Independent Member, Trust Investment Committee, Nesta
- Robert Meakin, Partner, Charity & Social Enterprise Team, Stone King
Wednesday 22 May
4.45pm - 6pm followed by drinks and networking
Hymans Robertson Office, One London Wall, London, EC2Y 5EA