- Date: Wednesday 5 May 2021
- Timings: 9:00 - 16:30
- Sector: Not for profit
- Price: Charities- £65 Corporate- £540
- Location: Church House Conference Centre, Westminister, London SW1P 3NZ
haysmacintyre and Stone King are delighted to invite you to the the Catholic Charity Conference, taking place on Wednesday 5 May 2021.
On this special occasion marking 30 years of the Conference, we hope you can join us for a day full of inspired commentary and lively debates and discussions pertaining to the challenges and opportunities facing Catholic Charities.
Topics this year will cover safeguarding and expectations of the Charity Commission as regulator; environmental sustainability and ways Catholic organisations can make a difference, demonstrate impact, and consider new environmental reporting practices; Brexit and the future political landscape.
9:00 - 16:30
Further details will be released in due course.
haysmacintyre is an award winning top 25 firm of chartered accountants and tax advisers, with 37 partners and over 300 staff, providing advice to entrepreneurs, fast-growing and owner-managed businesses, charities and not for profit organisations across the UK and internationally.
Our expert charities and not for profit team is one of the largest in the country, acting for over 700 charity clients. We are listed as one of the leading advisers to the top 5,000 charities, Charity Financials’ League table 2020 and ranked as top ten by audit fees in the 2018 Charity Finance Audit Survey.
haysmacintyre is a member of MSI Global Alliance (MSI), which we co-founded over 25 years ago, with the aim to support our clients’ international business operations and growth plans. Now MSI is the seventh largest alliance of its kind in the world, involving over 250 legal and accounting firms in more than 100 countries. Being part of MSI allows us to offer our clients expert guidance and support internationally through working with our alliance colleagues.
Stone King is one of the top 200 law firms in the UK, with offices in Bath, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds and London. We are proud of our long history of service to our clients going back to 1785. For many years we have been independently rated by Chambers UK and the Legal 500 as a ‘Top Ranked’ firm.
To ensure the best possible service for our clients, we concentrate on four very distinct sectors: Charity, Education, Business and Personal.
Our work with charities is at the heart of what we do. Up to 70% of our practice relates to not-for-profit organisations. Our lawyers act for many hundreds of charities across the sector from household names, including almost 200 of the largest charities in the UK, through to local community groups.
We are also externally recognised as a leading firm for education law in the UK. We are deeply committed to the education sector and have specialists with real depth of experience in all aspects of education law.
In addition, we offer a broad range of commercial legal advice to a wide variety of organisations, from family-run businesses to international companies, and have gained independent recognition for our expert advice to individuals and families, particularly on issues relating to care funding and family mediation.
What makes us different is our team’s experience and breadth of knowledge across a wide range of legal matters. We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a high quality service promptly