Becoming an Honorary Treasurer
The Honorary Treasurer plays an important, but often unsung role in the life of any voluntary sector organisation. They help the trustee board to fulfil its obligation to provide financial oversight for the organisation.
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The Forum is open to all those who are currently or soon expect to be an Honorary Treasurer.
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The Forum was created to help Honorary Treasurers in the important work they carry out by providing a place where they can come together as a community, share expertise and promote best practice. We do this by:
- Organising regular meetings with
keynote speakers and networking opportunities
- Providing a source of helpful information through updates and briefings
- Carrying out research and producing relevant publications and
- Occasionally lobbying on behalf of Treasurers
Summer Symposium Thursday, 13 June
The symposium will take place at UBS offices: 5 Broadgate Place, London, EC2M 2AN. Registration is from 13.30. Formal proceedings commence at 14.00 and will be followed by a drinks reception from 17.10 until 18.30.
The Summer Symposium is focusing on a number of topics including: 'Balancing remuneration policy and reputational risk.' 'What is the future of charity accounts?' and, 'Do charities need an Honorary Treasurer?' We will hear from eminent speakers and have the opportunity to learn from each other: Free entry for Forum Members. Non-members ticket price is £30. Bookings can be made through Eventbrite. To book your place please visit the event booking site.
See our Events page
27 March - slides for this event can be found on our Highlights from Previous Events page
Charity Cyber Guide: your defence against digital risk
is now available and can be downloaded from our Resources section.
New Honorary Treasurers' Handbook is now available
Our updated guide to the role and responsibilities of the Honorary Treasurer is now available and the handbook can be downloaded from our Resources section.