A FREE seminar to update South Yorkshire charities on management responsibilities, including governance and insurance issues, is being held by Yorkshire Bank in Rotherham next week.
Experts in key management issues for charities and not-for-profit organisations will speak at the seminar being hosted by Yorkshire Bank's South Yorkshire andDoncaster Financial Solutions Centres (FSC) at Rotherham Golf Club, Thrybergh, next Tuesday.
Among the speakers will be Charities and not-for-profit manager Steven Stacey, of Sheffield and Doncaster-based Hawsons Chartered Accountants, who will advise on trustees and senior management responsibilities as well as outlining measures to reduce the risk of fraud.
Account executives Chris Lindsay and Andrew Copeland from Giles Insurance, Sheffield, will discuss trustee indemnity as well as additional updates on the fraud risks faced by the not-for-profit sector and ways to address them.
Managing partner of Yorkshire Bank's Doncaster FSC, Neil Bradburne, who will also speak at the event, says: "We've managed to secure two great speakers for this seminar which is the second we've organised in South Yorkshire in a matter of months and we are sure that they will attract a great deal of interest. Yorkshire Bank is always trying to support charities and giving them access to free advice from experienced professionals is part of this."
Registration will start at 2pm and the seminar will finish at 5pm. The presentations will be followed by questions and networking.
To reserve a place, please contact Yorkshire Bank South Yorkshire FSC business partner, Kevin Elliott, on tel: 0114 2282271.
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