Key decision makers to address Charity Times conference

Written by Charity Times team

Some of the country's most senior policy and regulatory figures will address sector leaders at the Charity Times Annual Conference in May.

Returning for its second year after relaunching in 2016, the conference will see Charity Commission chief executive Paula Sussex and Fundraising Regulator chief executive Stephen Dunmore providing delegates with an insight into the regulatory agenda.

Director of the Office for Civil Society and Innovation Mark Fisher CBE will close the first session with a presentation on the department's work.

The conference takes place at The Waldorf Hilton in London on 4 May, and is free to attend for the trustees, chief executives, finance directors, fundraising directors, and other key management of registered charities.

Delegates will benefit from insights into the latest thinking in fundraising from Graham Darnell of THINK Consulting Solutions. Seb Elsworth, chief executive of Access – The Foundation for Social Investment, will cover the organisation's learnings over its first two years of operation.

Trustees of charities with investment assets can access a wealth of knowledge from the leading managers in the field. Quilter Cheviot, Rathbones, and Standard Life Wealth will be on hand providing expert views.

Head of customer engagement at bluQube Nicky Wilkins returns to make sense of some of the key questions facing charities around the use of technology, and PS Financials business development manager James Vear will deliver a vision of how software can go beyond accounting data to provide important business intelligence.

Further speakers and the final agenda will be announced in due course.

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