ACAT are delighted to welcome the following speakers: -
Andrew is a partner and Head of Court and Regulatory Team at national law firm Stone King LLP. He is an experienced criminal practitioner who practices in Crown Court and Magistrates Court representing a range of clients, including regarding regulatory breaches by PLC’s to private individuals. Andrew is also the firm’s Compliance Officer for Legal Practice (COLP), ensuring that there is a culture of compliance and effective risk management throughout the firm, and is a trustee of support charity Mentoring Plus.
Susan Robinson (Speaking in London)
Susan is a partner and Head of Charities and Not for Profit at Kreston Reeves LLP. She has over 25 years’ experience in the sector as an auditor, independent examiner and adviser. She lectures on various topics and hold the ICAEW charity diploma. She is trustee of Age UK Medway and ACIE.
Neil is a partner and Head of Not for Profit at the Chartered Accountants Kingston Smith.
Ed is the Client Relationship Manager for our main sponsor, CCLA. Responsible for managing relationships with clients, Ed joined CCLA in May 2018. Prior to this Ed was a senior investment manager at JM Finn, having worked at the firm for a total of 12 years, where he managed multi-
Ed is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI and has a BA in Politics from Newcastle University.
Ian Barrett (Speaking in Manchester)
Ian is a chartered accountant and a Fellow of ACIE. He is a partner in a firm of accountants, which he started twenty six years ago, based in Newton Abbot, Devon. He is a general practitioner and over the last few years has built up a client base of approximately 60 charities, churches and other not for profit organisations to which he provides accountancy services, Independent Examination and advice. Ian has been a trustee of ACIE for 3 ½ years and chair since July 2017.
Our conference headline sponsor this year is CCLA. CCLA is one of the UK’s leading fund managers of funds for Christian churches and charities in the UK with 60 years’ experience providing competitive and attractive investment management services. Their products and services have a strong long-
We invite you to join us for a full day of learning, networking and sharing best practice at our Annual Conference. This is essential guidance for today’s Treasurer and Church Trustee. Delegates will gather together for our keynote speakers, and then be offered a choice of workshop sessions.
We have two venues, with the content being the same at each. The Manchester venue will also include the AGM. Registration on each day is from 9.30am, with sessions beginning at 10.00am. The day will finish at 4.00pm and includes refreshment breaks and a buffet lunch.
As is custom at our conferences we have invited several companies and organisations, some of these also generously sponsored this event.
Nick studied modern languages and then Christian theology at university. He joined the Charity Commission in 2007 as a member of the Large Charities Division, working in particular with large faith-
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ACAT Conference & AGM
14th November 2018
Royal National Hotel
13th October 2018
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