15:30 -17:30 – 21 November ** Charities: A practical guide to doing the right thing. **

Charities have a clear purpose and exist to achieve impact, but how can you as a trustee deliver that as effectively as possible? 

Join us on Tuesday 21 November, when a range of experts will deliver practical sessions on ‘doing the right thing’ and give guidance on how you can maximise your charity’s impact. Afterwards, there will be light refreshments and an opportunity for networking.

On the day:

Oliver Hunt of charities legal firm Bates Wells kicks off the afternoon by introducing the legal framework of charity trustee duties and how to operate within Charity Commission guidance.

Ian Joseph of Trustees Unlimited explores how diversity, experience and a positive culture drive better outcomes for trustee boards.

We return to Oliver, who’ll explore the implications of the Butler-Sloss case.

Are you making the most of your financial resources?

Matt Woodman, Head of Charities at Hymans Robertson, discusses recent regulatory guidance, effective investment strategies and the impact of the Butler-Sloss case.

LGIM’s Nancy Kilpatrick leads a discussion on how to achieve impact with your money while implementing a responsible investment approach that’s aligned to your purpose. This slot will include an economic update from LGIM’s head of multi-asset funds.

We wrap up the afternoon with a panel session, where you can pose questions to all speakers. Chaired by Oliver Hunt.

Location: LGIM, One Coleman Street, London, EC2R 5AA.
Date: 21 November 2023
Time: 3.30pm – 5.30pm

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