BHP Charity Conference 2016

19th October 2016

BHP is holding its ninth annual Charity Conference on 2nd November 2016.

This free conference, which is specifically for charities, will provide an update on a variety of important issues affecting the sector. It is also aimed at providing you with an invaluable opportunity to network and discuss these matters with colleagues in similar organisations. We are pleased to announce that our speakers for the 2016 conference will include senior members of our specialist charity team together with: Iona Joy, Head of Charity Unit at New Philanthropy Capital Dan Tinsley & Renze Jongman, experts from Barclays Bank Plc's Cyber Intelligence Team Representatives from the Information Commissioner's Office Catherine Rustomji Head of Charities at DWF LLP Glenn Hayes, Employment Law Partner at Irwin Mitchell LLP Paul McCay, Chief Executive of The Wilf Ward Family Trust Chris Bateman, Chief Executive of York St John Students' Union has kindly agreed to act as Chair for the event. Subjects covered during the day will include: What makes a good charity? Latest news and developments from the world of charity accounting VAT and tax current issues for the sector Taking what has not been given how cybercrime could bankrupt charities A varied selection of breakout sessions please see the programme enclosed for further information For full details of the day please see our programme here If you (and/or a colleague) would like to attend* please email louise.bright@bhp.co.uk. We look forward to welcoming you. *Please note this conference is only open to charities.

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