Come along to our next special interest group meeting for the arts sector, a newly formed forum helping finance professionals in charity arts organisations to meet peers across the UK, stay up to date on key finance and regulatory issues and explore ideas in a supportive and welcoming space.
We'll be joined by a representative from Charity Tax Group providing the latest updates related to tax in the sector, and there will be a comprehensive update on the policy landscape from the CFG Policy team.
Chaired by Pascale Nichols, Finance Director at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, there will also be time to meet and discuss topics with other members.
About the Art Special Interest Group
CFG’s Arts Special Interest Group is a network of our many members who work within this sector. By signing up to the event you will be invited to join this community, designed for finance professionals in the arts to connect with peers, share expertise and shape CFG’s policy work.
“Being able to connect, share challenges and best practice, test new ideas, ask questions on complex technical accounting and tax matters and hear from industry experts will allow us to deliver gold standard financial management for our organisations, and to seize opportunities as they emerge”. Pascale Nicholls
When and where?
Thursday 22nd April 2021
Join via Zoom. We will send the details prior to the event.
Who is the event for?
This meeting is free and available to CFG members only.
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