Hear practical tips and case studies from the Charity Commission as they discuss the updated guidance about protecting charity finances and internal financial controls (CC8).
Internal financial controls are key tools for trustees to use to protect their charity and its resources, which is a key responsibility for all trustees. The Charity Commission’s guidance ‘Internal financial controls for charities (CC8)’ supports charity trustees in managing a charity’s financial activity and describes how to use internal financial controls to reduce the risk of loss. This webinar will highlight the key responsibilities of charity trustees in the design and implementation of internal financial control, and cover recent updates that help charities operating in an increasingly digital world.
Session chair: Kristina Kopic FCA DChA, Head of Charity and Voluntary Sector, ICAEWKristina is a Chartered Accountant who has worked in and for the Not-for-Profit sector for over 15 years. Kristina trained at charity specialists Sayer Vincent and subsequently worked in finance roles at the Royal College of Nursing, Imperial College London and the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts. Kristina holds charity-specific qualifications in accountancy, law and governance and a Master in Voluntary Sector Management from Bayes Business School (formerly Cass). In her spare time, she is a charity trustee and treasurer.
Mazeda Alam, Head of Guidance, Charity Commission for England and WalesMazeda has worked at the Charity Commission for 15 years, initially as a case officer providing advice and legal consents on a wide range of issues including charities seeking to modernise their trusts. She moved to work on compliance cases before moving to the guidance team. She produced the 5 minute guide on Charity purpose and rules. She became head of the team just over 2 years ago.
Amie Woods, Assistant Director - Accountancy Services, Charity Commission for England and Wales Amie is a qualified accountant and has worked at the Charity Commission for 7 years. Her team provide professional advice to the Commission’s case work and policy teams. She is Joint Chair of the Charities SORP Committee and is currently working on the development of the next Charities SORP. She has extensive experience in financial investigation and compliance work.
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