Join us for our next Finance in Grant-making Special Interest Group meeting which will focus on due diligence. Gerald Bates of BDO will be exploring ways to share common approaches and experience of due diligence in grant-making organisations in order to develop efficiency, and Vicki Sellick of Nesta will share some case studies for delegates to consider on a practical level.
The aim of FIGSIG is to develop cooperation and an exchange of ideas between individuals in grant-making organisations, in order to optimise resources, address issues and challenges, mitigate against duplication, and to develop finance skills and performance.
Who should attend?
FIGSIG is designed for people who are responsible for financial management in trusts, foundations or grant-making charities. Meetings are held throughout the year to discuss topical issues and provide networking opportunities for members.
We believe it is hugely beneficial for the whole of your finance team to attend.
The Finance in Grantmaking special interest group is a partnership between Charity Finance Group (CFG) and the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF).
This is a free event for CFG and ACF members.