Preparing for the challenges of the future
Saward Dawson is pleased to present our annual seminar for NFP organisations
Thursday 14 April 2016
At a time when the NFP sector is facing many challenges, Saward Dawson have put together a seminar program that will help provide you with an understanding of how some of the changes will affect your organisation.
Sessions will include:
Structuring for sustainability
Cyber Risks and Responsibilities – Are you ready?
The changing message of financial reporting
Murray Baird - ACNC: Murray joined the ACNC as the Assistant Commissioner (General Counsel) after a career as a private legal practitioner practising in not-for-profit and charity law and governance. As well as advising, writing and presenting on not-for-profit legal issues, Murray has acted in several leading cases in the field of charity law.
Stephen Rennick - NCC Group: Stephen has over 20 years experience in IT Security and IT Risk. Stephen has worked at large consulting practices including KPMG, PwC and Verizon Business and currently works for a large international IT Security provider – NCC Group. Stephen has also run his own business advising large corporates, not for profit organisations and Government.
Tim Flowers - Saward Dawson: Tim has extensive experience in the aged care, disability and community health sectors. He has been involved in the DHS Disability Price Review project as lead consultant to National Disability Services as well as acting as lead partner on numerous strategic planning, merger and acquisition transactions and training engagements.
Jeff Tulk - Saward Dawson: Head of Governance and Financial Reporting at Saward Dawson. Jeff is a graduate of the AICD and regularly presents for the Governance Institute and Chartered Accountants ANZ.
Venue: Whitehorse Centre 397 Whitehorse Rd Nunawading View on map
Date and time: Thursday 14 April 2016 1.00pm for a 1.30pm start Will conclude by 5.00pm
Cost: Free of charge. Please consider inviting a colleague. Light refreshments will be available.
Parking: Ample parking at the Whitehorse Centre is available but may depend on other events in the precinct
To book for this seminar
Online bookings: Book online
Call our office: 9894 2500 and ask for Jacki
Registrations close Tuesday 12 April 2016