Charity Seminar: Handling Serious Incidents
2018 saw a big increase in the number of Serious Incident Reports filed with the Charity Commission. Despite the recent surge less than 1% of charities have filed a SIR in the last four years. This has led the Charity Commission to conclude that there is still significant and systematic under-reporting of serious incidents and, as a regulator, it has gone on record to say that it is actually more worried about those charities that are not reporting than the ones that are.
In this seminar you will hear from professionals who advise on serious incident reporting from a legal and auditing perspective. By attending you will ensure your charity is well placed to deal with a serious incident and emerge stronger for having done so.
You will also receive an update on how your charity's investment assets should be managed in these uncertain times.
REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
SERIOUS INCIDENT REPORTING - THE LEGALS
Claris D'cruz, Consultant at Wrigleys Solicitors LLP
REPORTING MATTERS OF MATERIAL SIGNIFICANCE - AN AUDITOR'S PERSPECTIVE
Lucy Robson, Audit Partner at RSM
INVESTMENT UPDATE: ECONOMIC AND MARKET OUTLOOK
James Garbutt, Investment Director at Rathbones
LUNCH AND NETWORKING