The role and responsibilities of the Honorary Treasurer are crucial to their charities and these publications may offer some insight and information to assist their work.
The Honorary Treasurers Handbook
by Kate, Sayer, Judith Miller and Arlene Clapham from Sayer Vincent LLP and edited by Denise Fellows
The handbook offers essential advice, information and support for Charity Treasurers in all aspects of their role. There are many guides to charity finance but Treasurers need not only accounting knowledge but also the skill and competency to work well with others and to ensure that other trustees are enabled to fulfil their own responsibilities for finance. This handbook is particularly helpful with the ‘softer’ aspects of the role.
Published with the generous support of the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants.
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Charity Risk Barometer 2019 - Risk and reward in an uncertain world
In these rapidly changing times, uncertainty is the new norm and new risks are emerging all the time.
Ecclesiastical Insurance has produced a report on the immediate and emerging risks facing charities as well as potential solutions based on panel discussion and a survey of 200 senior leaders in the charity sector. Download your free copy here.
Charity Cyber Guide: your defence against digital risk
The relentless evolution of cyber crime has highlighted the many vulnerabilities which exist for organisations and individuals alike, and charities are no exception. This guide from Ecclesiastical Insurance covers some of the risks and opportunities presented by embracing digital solutions. Download your free copy here.
Reclassification of charities by investment fund managers
The requirements of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) under the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) came into force at the start of 2013 and have had an interesting knock-on effect on charity investments. Investment management firms have reclassified charities whose portfolios they manage as ‘professional’ or ‘retail’. You may be uncertain as to how these changes affect your charity. Professor Paul Palmer Trustee of HTF and Professor of Voluntary Sector Management at Cass Business School has published an article about the impact of the changes which can be viewed on our website: http://www.honorarytreasurers.org.uk/docs/PalmerandButterworth.pdf
Philanthropy in the
by Lindsey Driscoll & Peter Grant (2009)
A discussion paper prepared for the Honorary Treasurers Forum which reassesses the role and functions of UK charity foundation management.
Getting ready for changes to charity accounting in 2015, Nigel Davies, charities SORP Secretariat- Download pdf
The Role of the Honorary Treasurer - Download pdf
Charity Finance opinion piece on Environmental Accounting - Download Word doc
Terms of reference for an Audit Committee - Download Word doc
Article on “Managing in a Downturn” from a speech by Kate Sayer - Go to site
Information on resources offered by ICAEW for Honorary Treasurers - Download pdf
Audit Committees - Download pdf
The Role of Internal Audit - Download pdf