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Thursday 5 November 2020

Arts Special Interest Group Launch


CFG’s new Arts Special Interest Group, established to support our many members who work within this sector, is a community and forum for finance professionals in the arts to connect with peers, share expertise and shape CFG’s policy work.

CFG is delighted to launch the group with the first meeting where you will be joined by group volunteer Pascale Nicholls, Director of Finance and Governance at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, who will share her experiences having recently joined the arts sector in a new role. Richard Sagar, Policy Manager at Charity Finance Group will also update on CFG’s policy work in driving sector funding and pandemic response.

“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.

Book below to join the launch meeting. If you've not yet joined the free special interest group available to CFG members, contact the CFG membership team for further details.


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Pascale Nicholls, Director of Finance and Governance, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Richard Sagar, Policy Manager, CFG

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